Why do parent deiced on what their children study?
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I am not a parent, but I study child development. I am far too young to be a parent, but the subject really interests me, as it is fascinating to see how human develope, we were all children once. But also because I would like to gain experience of working with children, as this is one of my preferred career choices. Read More
A family with one parent and the parent adopted children so its a familt with one parent and adopted children Read More
Bcoz parents think there is more opportunity in Books Study than Sports Study.Its how the parent think.Also they are being a kind of jealous of seeing other children being concentrating in study instead of playing. Read More
Yes a parent who has had polio can pass on abnormalities to their children. Read More
Are child support payments by the noncustodial parent required if the custodial parent is remarried?
In general, yes. The payments are for the children, not the parent. The step-parent is not legally responsible for the children unless he adopts them. Read More
A disabled parent on ssid how much would each of his children receive if the parent has three children?
$1,350 Read More
Philista Onyango has written: 'A report on the Nairobi case study on children in especially difficult circumstances' -- subject(s): Case studies, Street children, Child welfare, Parent and child Read More
We study children to know their needs and their behaviour Read More
watch children do what? If you are a parent or guardian, then it good if you watch your children. If you are not the parent or guardian and have no good reason to be watching children please seek help . Read More
One subject that children study in Madagascar is the French language. The children also study subjects such as reading, writing and math. Read More
Children should be able to visit a parent in prison as long as the parent did not do an offense against the child. It should also be up to the child if they want to see their parent in prison. Read More
You'd be a terrible parent if you did Read More
They stay with the parent and continues in school. Read More
What do you call children who are related due to their parents marriage but neither have the same biological parent?
In a marriage in which both the husband and the wife have children from a previous marriage, the children are step-children to the parent who is not their bioloigical parent, and are step-siblings (step-brothers and step-sisters) to each other. Read More
Does the non custodial parent have the right to move within the state and not tell the custodial parent the address and phone number?
Generally the noncustodial parent may move anywhere - within or outside the state where the children live. The court grants the noncustodial parent the right to visit the children but does not force the noncustodial parent to take advantage of that right. However, a court may require the noncustodial parent to provide the custodial parent with contact information and, where issues develop about the care or safety of the children, the court may require supervised… Read More
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If a mother has custody of the children but does not live with them what can a non custodial parent who wants the children do?
The non-custodial parent can go to court and request custody of the children. A judge will decide which parent should be awarded custody of the children. The circumstances under which the children are currently living, combined with the reason(s) they are not living with you will be a big factor in whether or not you get to keep custody of the children. Read More
Gertrude Laws has written: 'Parent-child relationships' -- subject(s): Attitude (Psychology), Child development, Child rearing, Child study, Children, Management, Monmouth County Organization for Social Service, Parent and child, Parents Read More
Parent AA and Parent aa have children. All children are Aa Parent Aa and Parent Aa have children. 1AA:2Aa:1aa probability with each child. This is recombination of the most direct/simplest kind. Read More
Parent is a noun and a verb. Noun: She is a parent. Verb: She must parent her children now. Read More
Well' the children may not get along or like each other. The children may feel neglected of attention with a new parent/adult in the house and more children. The children may develop their character skills by communicating with the new children and parent Also, the children will be able to have a new parent and children in their lives. Read More
If you can get pregnant you can be a parent. There are children that have children at 12-18 years old so there isn't exactly a way to prevent it. Read More
A step-parent does not have any legal rights over the step-children. Read More
Respect and obey your parent,children,parents, love your children.. -children,parent are the nominative- Read More
Mark D. Shriver has written: 'Working with parents of noncompliant children' -- subject(s): Behavior Control, Behavior disorders in children, Child, Child psychotherapy, Child rearing, Education, Evidence-based psychiatry, Methods, Parent participation, Parent-Child Relations, Parenting, Parents, Study and teaching, Treatment Read More
Genetics. Read More
If your parent dies which was remarried does the biological children have any rights over the step parent or step children in regards to his belongings?
It depends if there was a will or not. Step-children have no rights to the estate of a step-parent unless specifically named in the will. If there was no will, the estate is typically divided between the spouse and the children. Check the laws for your state or jurisdiction. Read More
Your child if you have children. If you have no children, then it's your parent. If there are no children or parents, then its your siblings. Read More
can't with the permission of the other parent or the court. Read More
A parent who understands their children will be a good listener. They will be loving and forgiving. They will understand that kids are kids and not hold them to a high standard. Read More
It is called a single-parent household. Read More
Not if the other parent has joint custody and/or visitation rights. Read More
With permission of the other parent, or the courts. Read More
If a parent abuses a child it may mean that they were abused as a child. Read More
Rosa Parks was not a parent as she never had any children. Read More
Maybe, it depends upon the amount rendered by the government agency and by the obligated parent versus the needs of the children. However, said parent must be the legal adopting parent of the child/children. Read More
the role of the jury is to deiced if guilty or not guilty. Read More
What if the deceased parent is not remarried but divorced with children over 21 what rights does the children have to personal property?
Why should adult children have any rights to the personal gains of a parent, unless they worked to add to them? Read More
If there is joint custody of one or more children then the parent primarily raising the children does have to let the other parent know where they are moving. Read More
No, in no 'western' country can a parent of guardian abrogate their responsibilities to care for their children. If they do, the children will be taken into care and the parent guardian will be punished under the criminal law. Read More
In the United States there is no limit on bearing children. Read More
family parent spouse children etc Read More
So that children can know where to use "their" and "there." Read More
No. You legally have to be 16 with parent permission. It would be deadly for children. Read More
If your parent dies and there is no will, there is a legal order of inheritance. The surviving spouse is next in line, then the children. Read More
Children ALWAYS take their parents as a rolemodel in when growing up, and they just let go of their rolemodel parent and grow with that parents personality. Read More
No. The court cannot make a parent spend time with their children. Visitation orders are only enforced on the custodial parent. If the non-custodial parent doesn't follow the visitation order the courts cannot force them to. Read More
Generally, the court cannot force a parent to spend time with their children. However, there are different aspects of this situation that the court may address. The custodial parent can request a modification of the visitation order to significantly reduce the time allotted to the NC parent so time no longer needs to be reserved for a parent who doesn’t show up. That would free up the custodial parent’s ability to schedule activities and child… Read More