Yes. In the majority of the cases it pertains to siblings. It is preferable that children of the same family remain together. Therefore the court gives special attention to those type of adoptions.
It really depends on whether or not it is determined that you can financially support more than one.
In the case of intercountry adoptions, the government of the child's country makes the rules. For example, China does not allow the adoption of more than one child at a time except in the case of twins - which are rare. Many countries seem to go with the one child at a time policy.
Yes, an immigrant can adopt a US child. However, it is uncommon. Most of the time, US natives adopt an immigrant child.
I don't think so. Cuz she don't have time to adopt a child. She cares about them but she don't have time for this.
It is difficult to be approved but it is possible. The difficulty comes in the ability to care for the child. Many times, both parents work but because there are two people caring for the child, they can take turns. However with one person, it is more difficult to make time to care for the child. If you are financially stable and can provide time for the child the ability to adopt will become greater.
If he has the child more than 50% of the time, which need to be documented.
Your actual father (biological father or husband of your mother at the time of your birth) does not need to adopt you; you are already his child. What is usually more relevant is "how does your step-father adopt you" or "how does your dad get exclusive custody of you." The answers to these questions differ greatly from state to state and country to country.
It is better to adopt from local adoption agencies, because it is more time consuming and expensive to adopt internationally. If one adopts internationally one can expect to pay for the cost of a visa and the travel to the other country to get the child along with many other expenses.
I'm afraid you can't have more than eight sims in one household together at a time. I had this family once, when I had sims 2, and I had eight family members and I couldn't get pregnant or adopt any other babies.
If the adoption was finalized, then it will be an uphill battle for the birth mother. The more time which goes by after an adoption, the more trying it is for a child to just switch homes. Time and a finalized adoption must be on your side to win.
YES! Child abduction serves i believe more time in federal prison than kidnapping.
Yes, if the father has more time with the child than the mother, she will owe him child support.
Sometimes. It can depend on the circumstances of the initial adoption, how much time has passed, and many other factors. A lawyer can give more individual advice.
You can go to the doctor's and ask for an xray picture or ask ur doctor to see if you having more than one baby at a time
yes, she was pregnant at a time and her child was born in 1851 but due to some problems it died in 6 months and she had to adopt another child.
Yes, but it's not typical. Child support is based on the income of both parents, as well as the amount of time each parent has with the child. If you make significantly more than him, and he has partial custody, he could potentially get child support from you. Again, this is not typical, and you would have to make a lot more money than he does.
Yes, you can, and I know several people who have done so. But it is recommended that you start another account by the time you get that many.
You are liable for child support when your child spends more than half his/her time with another custodian. Typically this is worked out in family court. If you do not pay, you can be sued.
The penalty can differ depending on the circumstances. For example if it was repetitive,over a long period of time, and with more than child the penalty will be higher. But it will differ most of the time.
It depends on how you think of it.You pay once to get the dog but you pay more than that to buy food and other necessary items.
Usually a prison sentence is a straight NO but if it was a long time ago and you have changed your ways and the child is old enough to be asked there might be a chance. Consult a lawyer.
perhaps because an infant will grow much more than a child in a shorter period of time
No she did not. There were rumors she was pregnant with a child when they got married but she never had a child with him. More than likely he was impotent at that time.
Once you and your husband are married, your husband can petition for the child's status at the same time he petitions for the wife. There is no need for a formal adoption for the child to be given unconditional residency status if you have been married for more than 6 months at the time of the application.
A felony conviction does not automatically bar a person from adopting a child, although international adoptions are strictly forbidden. The laws for adoption vary from state to state, so some felons may be able to adopt, depending on the crime or length of time from the conviction.