In California, the court uses the term primary custodial parent to designate the parent that the child lives with most of the time
The term step parent originated from when a person would step in to help after an original parent died. It was most often used for stepmothers but soon after stepfather became just as common.
"Cretan" is the term applied to a person who inhabited Crete.
Each person has many lives
The older, more offensive term is "mulatto." Today they would be called a "person of mixed race."
It is an old fashioned term meaning a person who has one black parent and one white parent, someone who is mixed race.
A person who lives somewhere permanently or on a long term basis.
That would be a person whose parental rights have been terminated.
Long-term goals refer to goals that a person has for the course of their lives. For instance, getting married and having children are long-term goals.
what is the latin word meaning 'in place of the parent'?The term in loco parentis, Latin for "in the place of a parent" or "instead of a parent."
For the Term of Their Unnatural Lives was created in 2004.
An anchoret is an alternative term for an anchorite, a person who lives in isolation or seclusion, especially for religious reasons.
The term 'mapa de Mexico' means the map of Mexico in the Spanish language. One can check a detailed interactive map of Mexico on the website Mexico First Class.
Can a disabled person care for a person in foster care, and how would it affect their disability income? I also get Long term disability through my former employer.
Right now? That would be the Mexican president, Felipe Calderon (term: 2006 - 2012).
A Highlander is a Gaelic person who lives in the Highlands of Scotland. This term is used to describe Scottish farmers and herders.
The Undertaker lives like a normal person. The term of " The Dead Man" is an act made by the WWE.
Reincarnation is the belief that when a person dies, their spirit is reborn either as another person or an animal. I believe in reincarnation I'm Catholic.
According to Mexico's constitution, a Mexican President's term is 6 years long; they are ineligible for another consecutive term.
The street of Mexico, i think.
Probably, but you would need the cooperation of the other person to do so. Might not be a bad idea if you are the parent depending on child support. Just go with term insurance for the period of time when the children are minors.
The president of Mexico serves a 6-year term and is not eligible for reelection.