What is the most affordable way to send a 9-year-old child to visit a relative in another city?
Uaually by plane actually. Trains are usually more expensive and buses aren't safe enough. Book the flight well in advance and be flexible about the date and time. This will help get the cheapest ticket. Also let the airline know when you purchse the ticket that it is for a child and they will help make sure he is safe, doesn't miss any connecting flights and finds his way around the airport okay. And get him an ID at the DMV airlines like photo IDs and it will make boarding much much easier for everyone.
Can a relative get custody of a child who lives in another state if the child is being abused or neglected?
Can a relative of a child take away legal guardianship of that child from the other relative if the child is in no harm and being cared for?
If your parental rights were terminated in Illinois and you have another child in Missouri will they take that child from you when it is born?
IMMEDIATE TEMPORARY CUSTODY of a child is granted to a custodial relative by a probate court when a child is given to a grandparent or other relative by the parents, and returning the child would result in the child's being removed from the court's jurisdiction or places the child in risk of serious injury. Immediate Temporary Custody lasts for 5 business days and then the court will hold a second hearing on temporary custody with…
What are the chances of a maternal uncle getting of his niece from unmarried parents who are endangering her by not tending to her well being?
Taking a child from her parents, married or not is irrelevant, is not something they do easily. If she is in any type of danger it should be reported to the Child Protection Service so they can investigate. Where the child will end up if removed from home is up to the judge. It could be the uncle if he is suitable or another relative. If no relative is found it will be foster home.
If mother remarries and stepfather adopts the child and changes the last name on the birth certificate does the child become a blood relative?
Women have the same obligation to support their children as men if the child does not reside with them. Parents are responsible for the financial support of their children. For example, the child may reside with the biological father or another relative. In that case, the mother would be responsible for paying child support if the court entered a child support order.
yes, under the specified relative rule. Department of family and children services will give beneifts to the child's blood relative without proof of legal custody or legal guardianship. Then they will transfer the case to the office of child support to sue the custodial parent. DFACS does not care if relative is harboring a runaway or reason child is in relative's care. If you locate your child and have them back in your home, office…
Does child support stop if the child lives with his grandma but is supposed to be living with his mother?
Court ordered child support is to be paid to the person that is caring for the child. If there is a dispute over who that person should be, it is a matter for the court to decide not the parent paying the support. The fact that the child may move in with another relative is not legal grounds for stopping support payments.
If the Office of Childrens Services wants to remove your children from you or your home can you have another adult pick the children up and take temporary guardianship?
If the office of Childrens Services wants to remove your child from your home, the only way that a relative can gain temporary custody of that child would be to file for legal temporary guardianship of that child with the court. You cannot, under any circumstances, allow a realative to take that child from your home before filing for guardianship, or they can be charged for not obeying the laws set in place by Child…
What right does a child support case worker have to take a child off state medical onto an employee health care plan without consent when it is not affordable?
That action would constitute child abandonment in most jurisdictions. The third party, another family member or relative, or some other known and concerned adult should contact the court and petition to be appointed the child's legal guardian. (So the child will not end up in the foster care system.) Otherwise the situation should be reported to the local child services agency. That action would constitute child abandonment in most jurisdictions. The third party, another family…
If the non custodial parent pays the custodial parent child support on time Can another family member take the non custodial parent back to court for child support re-evalution?
Does the child have to live with the father if the mother dies if he doesn't want to if the parents were already divorced?
When a non custodial parent has an overnight visitation with their child shouldn't the child have his or her own sleeping quarters without sleeping with a non-relative?
Age is a factor in the qualifying child test, but not the qualifying relative test. As long as the following dependency exemption tests are met, you may claim him or her: # Qualifying child or qualifying relative test; # Dependent taxpayer test; # Citizenship or resident test; and # Joint return test. To be your dependent, a person must be either your qualifying child or your qualifying relative. Generally, a person is your qualifying relative…
You can claim a child as long as the child does not file a joint return with a spouse (except for the sole purpose of claiming a refund) and the child meets the tests for a "qualifying child" or "qualifying relative" as detailed starting on page 11 of Publication 501: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p501.pdf In the year a child reaches age 19 (or age 24 if a full time student), the child is no longer a "qualifying child"…
How can a birth parent explain to their young child that they are going to be adopted by a relative?
* Unfortunately, you did not give any reason as to why the birth parent is giving up their young child to a relative. If at all possible; even if it means government assistance the birth parent should try to keep their child. If it's absolutely impossible then all the birth parent can do is try to explain to the child the best they can, but it will never be enough and the child will feel…
How does California grandparent give up guardianship of grandchild to another out of state relative?
If you give guardianship of a minor child to a relative and they do not live or care for themis it illegal?
According to the IRS, the only person who can claim a child as a dependent on a tax return is a relative (to include step parents, foster parents, etc) who provided custodial support for the child for more than 50% of the year. In other words, if the child lives with you for at least 183 out of 365 days during the tax year, you can claim him/her. If the child lived with you for…
Child Custody is the legal and practical relationship between a parent and his or her child, such as the right of the parent to make decisions for the child, and the parent's duty to care for the child. If you need affordable legal advice from an attorney regarding the child custody laws in your state you can call 800 245-1494 for a free quote and consultation.