If the parents are unable to care for the child accurately, adoption is a great alternative. Adoption allows the mother to carry out her pregnancy and also provides an opportunity for another family to receive a child of their dreams.
The agency which dealt with the adoption should have sorted that. It will depend partly on the law in the country where you are.
No, it doesn't matter if they are in foster care.
Keeping the child or foster care.
Their parents can't take care of them. Either they are too young or maybe don't have enough money to support a child.
An adoption of a child is when two parents who cannot have children on their own or have some other reason not to have biological children contact either and adoption agency or an orphanage to bring into their home a child whose parents could not take care of him/her. This is the simple answer.
actually they are not kicked out they drop out to take care of the child or they give their child up for adoption.
its called adoption. You do not have to adopt to get full custody of a child. You can request that the court place the children in your care without adopting.
Child abuse only exists when a child is being harmed. As long as the gay couple who wishes to adopt treats their child with love and care and respect, that child is not being abused.
Since you're talking about adopting an older child, I'm assuming that you're talking about adopting through the state (rather than private or foreign adoption) I can't speak for Indiana specifically (my experience is in Florida) but in general the adoption agencies are area specific... meaning that the answer probably depends on where you live in Indiana. The agencies that handle this also are responsible for foster care. You can find the Indiana foster care & adoption association at /www.ifcaa.org/ and if you look under adoption > adoption support networks you'll find a page that has the Local Adoptive Parent Support Networks, which should be able to answer your questions.
If the child is being abused or parents die for example. Also if a child is being put up for adoption they can stay in foster care until they have found parents.
Most teen mothers put their child up for adoption because it may be the best thing for the baby..... she might not be able to take care of the child the right way.......... and most have school to go to........ i would think that most go for an open adoption so that they can contact the child
It depends if it is a kinship placement or not. If the child is related to you, you can file for adoption as part of the termination of parental rights or anytime thereafter. If it is a kinship placement, the case worker should explore the possibility of you adopting the child as part of their permanancy plan for the little one. If this is NOT a kinship placement and you are a foster parent, you need to have the child in your care continuously for one year before you have standing to sue for custody/adoption of the child. Hope that helped some.
A child should be committed to hospital/institution when the doctor say they have an addiction the ordinary health care provider can not help with (or if that is not enough) or have a mental illness so they are a danger to themselves and their environment.
You can place your child for adoption with any other willing adult. They must satisfy a domestic adoption homestudy. You can use a guardianship if they want to care for the child, but not adopt.
No, the child is his too and he might want to take care of it or someone of his family. If the father is unknown it's different.
Contact a socialworker where you live and take the home study first and then you can stand in line for adoption. I think since Ireland is very small you should look abroad for adoption though because there is a risk you will never get a child otherwise. You can also adopt from foster care.
when they are mature enough to take care of one and when they can walk home aloit depends.here are a few questions you might want to ask yourself:is the child responsible enough for a cell phone?can you trust the child.
The first step is to satisfy a homestudy. Call a local adoption agency that specializes in the type of adoption you want -- international, domestic infant or foster care. Or if you don't know what you want, you can call an adoption attorney. Best of luck!
Give it to adoption until you're old enough to have resomsiblity.
I would assume a child could stay in a child care center during their regular hours of operation. If you would your child to stay in a center for extended periods of time, you could try checking out adoption centers.
No. But some costs of adoption may be deductible from taxable income. Answer: If you adopt a special needs child from foster care you may be entitled to adoption subsidies. These can include medicaid and money to help with the child's special needs.
A child isn't a car if it was one of your natural children you could have it institutionalised so you can still do that any way.
Father would have to consent to the adoption. Definitely worth petitioning for custody if you feel that you and your family can care for the child.
No. And the child is not given to a agency. If you wish to adopt your brothers child you need to do a homestudy. Without it the court will not approve the adoption. If your brother can not take care of his he can give you temporary custody. He will then pay child support to you. After the home study you can apply for adoption. You will need a lawyer and so will your brother.