Is there any way you can have a family take your child until you have the means to care for your child?
A parent may give temporary custody of a minor child/children w/o using court procedures. Temporary custody is legall defined as three (3) months or less. The parent must supply the attending adult(s) with written authorization (preferably notarized). It should include the date the care is to begin and end, permission for the child/children to be enrolled in school and receive medical care, and the terms of financial support (if any). The parent must keep in contact with the custodial adult and the child/children on a weekly basis, preferably by personal contact, if that is not possible they should call or write at least once a week. The parent should also be certain that the custodial adult knows how to contact them at any time. Even following these guidelines will not ensure that state social services will not intervene, if the situation comes to the attention of authorities. Any time frame longer than three months, will need a legal custodial order from the court of venue.
No. A nun lives in a religious house with other nuns who serve God by living out their vocation. According to the Catholic Church, a child can only be adopted into a family, where it will receive the nurturing and care of parents whose duty it is to care for the child. Nuns can serve in orphanages, where they serve as surrogate mothers for children until a family receives them.
How come children are put into foster care when family members of the child are willing and capable of care for this child?
When is a child responsible for their medical bills Im hearing that under the the new US health plan parents will be responsible until their 26?
the caregiver of the child. the word support means to take care of, so child support, means to take care of the child. which means that child support payments should be given to whomever is taking care of the child in order to support that child. Pay your child support through either the courts or the State disbursement unit. DO NOT give any money or anything else to the obligee unless you want it to…
Parents are responsible for the care of their children until they reach the age of majority. The only way to legally have your child removed from your care is to petition in family court that they be made a ward of the state, or find another adult who is willing to take legal responsibility for them.
Until they reach the age of majority. In other words, unfortunately, a child may never be adopted and will remain in state's custody until he or she reaches adulthood. This answer of course relates to a child whose parents have had their parental rights permanently terminated by the court either voluntarily or otherwise. This is an incorrect answer. If a minor child's parental rights have been terminated, they can be adopted. The adoptive family can…
Does my exhusband's new wife have to pay the child support owed for our child if he stays home to care for new family and current wife works?
Only a judge decides if there are reasons enough to put your child in foster care. Talk to a social worker. Foster care is not a miracle solution, it's just another family helping out if the child has serious problems or if the parent is unfit to take care of them. This is not a solution if your child is just unruly and you are tired of dealing with it. If you want to give…
I am twenty and my boyfriend and I want to start a family together and have a child...advice please?
You still have a life to live of child freedom. Wait a while don't rush it. Get married first (if you aren't all ready), then if you still want a child go for it. Wait until the time is ready make sure you both really want this. Make sure you are making enough money to take care of a child and a family.
If an American born foster child is placed with illegal immigrant family members for permanent care and they are deported does the child go back into the foster care system or with them?
Adopted means that a child is accepted and legally made a part of a family that they were not born into. After the court hearing, the child is a part of the new family, legally, it is just like they were born into that family. It also means that legally, they are no longer a part of the family they were born into. When your adopted means that other people that are not your parents…
If there is one parent left after their spouse dies, then they keep the child/ren. If both die, it is up to the court to decide who keeps the child/ren. If both die and there is no record of family, the child is sent to a care home for children, and from there is kept until legally an adult, or is fostered or adopted.