What does Ward of the state mean?
a child who, as determined by the State where the child resides, is a foster child, is a ward of the State or is the custody of a public child welfare agency. The term does not include a foster child who has a foster parent who otherwise meets the definition of parent.
Awarded of the state doesn't mean anything. A ward of the state is a child who is in the custody of the state, because he/she has no parents, or he/she has been removed from their custody.
If you have been removed from your parents by Child Protective Services, and placed into foster care, then you are a ward of the state. Also, if the child is removed from the parent's custody and placed in juvenile detention, then the child is a ward of the state. You can also be a ward of the state in some situations due to mental health issues, but since you put this under children and the… Read More
It usually means that they are an orphan and usually they live in an orphanage.
Liable for what? Which State? In Missouri you can be ordered to pay child support to the State if your child is a ward of the state.
No. Being able to have a kid doesn't mean they have the ability to take care of themselves and their child. The state does not wish to have them become a ward of the state.
Maternity is a noun. It is the state of being a mother. Wards in hospitals that care for expecting mothers and newborns is often called the Maternity Ward.
The parents of a ward of the state will not receive any child support. They were determined to be unfit parents, and do not have a child to support.
A ward of the state is a person who is legally protected by a court. It may happen if a child is left orphaned and has no relatives or an incapacitated person has nobody to take care of them.
Being a ward of the State in itself means there is no custodial parent, and certainly none that supports the child, which is needed to take the deduction.
There are no Montgomery Ward stores in Vermont or any other state. The company went out of business in 2001. As of 2004 it is now an online and catelog-based business.
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You contact the CPS and tell them you want to give up custody and make your child a ward of the state. They will evaluate and see if there's reasons enough to do so.
Yes. The State is the obligee in such a case.
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Yes, Alex Ward is considered a Christian. He actually heads the Carrollton Christian Academy, Inc. in the state of Texas.
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If you are a parent or guardian (whcih the wording of the question seems to suggest) you cannot make her a "ward" of the state. You may be asking about the CHINS (CHildren In Need of Supervision) statutes of your state. If that is the case you will have to contact the juvenile authorities.
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The state but they might allow relatives input, if there are living relatives and the state know of them.
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This is something that you will have to look up locally.
You contact the CPS and tell them what you want and why.
What is the position of Minnesota State Representative John Ward on the pending bill to legalize same-sex marriage in that state?
Mr. Ward says that he is undecided on the issue and wants to take care of the budget before worrying about "these hot-button issues."
Can a minor who is a 'ward of the state' and in foster care get married with parental consent if the parents have not had their parental rights terminated?
No you are a ward of the state and the state has the final say until the state returns you to your parents or they release you to yourself either when you turn 18 or 21. * The minor would need parental permission and permission from the court that placed the minor in foster care.
As punishment, the judge usually makes you go back to school and to improve your grades and attendance. If you don't comply with that, your parents may ask the state to take charge of your rearing until you are 18. In essence making you a ward of the state where the state plays the role of mother and father. You don't ever want to become a ward of the state.
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That would depend on why you are a ward of the state. If it is because the court found your parents unfit and therefor removed their parental rights, the chance is zero that a judge would let them decide for you to marry as a minor.
The state would be eligible to receive them as they are caruing for you while you cannot care for yourself.
A ward of the court means a person, usually a minor who is a responsibility of the court. The court will usually appoint someone to care for her or him.
My daughter is in a position that could force her Dad to become a ward of the state. He is a severe alcoholic with medical and mental problems that accompany alcoholism. He is becoming a danger to himself and others. He is currently hospitalized in a behavorial unit. She has been told that he must have a permanent caregiver or he will be a ward of the state. She is married with 2 young boys… Read More
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No, when a child is a ward of the state, the state will assume all financial (or other) responsibility. Another view: This may vary from state to state or in different circumstances. In Delaware, if a child is placed in custody to Division of Family Services (DFS), BOTH parents must pay child support to DFS during the time the child is in DFS custody.
Can a sixteen year old female marry with parental consent even though she is a ward of the stat of CA?
If you are a ward of the state, you need the state's approval, and the chances of you getting that are highly unlikely.