Foster Care

Temporary transfer of a minor to a government certified caregiver is commonly referred to as foster care. A child remains in such care until an adoption, permanent guardianship, or a return to their biological parents is granted by a judge.

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Could an 18-year-old male in the military marry his 16-year-old pregnant girlfriend who is in a foster care boarding school with no foster parents?

AnswerNo. It would be illegal. But you could if you want to, but make sure no police men or police woman are around.
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What is the child of a guardian referred to as?

A ward.

A ward.

A ward.

A ward.

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Can a child in foster care in Georgia declare with whom they want to live?

The child can certainly make their wishes known but it will be up to the authorities to make the final decision. Perhaps if the child's chosen guardian steps up and makes a request declaring that they are willing and able to foster the child, the child care services will help to make it happen.

The child can certainly make their wishes known but it will be up to the authorities to make the final decision. Perhaps if the child's chosen guardian steps up and makes a request declaring that they are willing and able to foster the child, the child care services will help to make it happen.

The child can certainly make their wishes known but it will be up to the authorities to make the final decision. Perhaps if the child's chosen guardian steps up and makes a request declaring that they are willing and able to foster the child, the child care services will help to make it happen.

The child can certainly make their wishes known but it will be up to the authorities to make the final decision. Perhaps if the child's chosen guardian steps up and makes a request declaring that they are willing and able to foster the child, the child care services will help to make it happen.

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What factors appear to be necessary to bring about attachment?

It depends on what type of attachment. Obviously family needs to be attached to you no matter what. They will be more inclined to be attached to you if you are treating them well. If you are not very nice to them, they will not want you in their life.

As far as relationships go, someone will become attached if you spend time with them. This time could be spent doing activities, talking, practising hobbies, anything. Even if you aren't doing anything romantic, the other person will form an attachment to you and will want to see you more and more.

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What to do when a child's legal custodian dies?

A new legal guardian must be appointed by the court as soon as possible.

A new legal guardian must be appointed by the court as soon as possible.

A new legal guardian must be appointed by the court as soon as possible.

A new legal guardian must be appointed by the court as soon as possible.

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Can a child get held in foster care if the mother is her only living parent?

Yes. Foster care is for children who are in need and are not being properly cared for. It is based on the child's needs. It doesn't depend on having or not having parents.

Yes. Foster care is for children who are in need and are not being properly cared for. It is based on the child's needs. It doesn't depend on having or not having parents.

Yes. Foster care is for children who are in need and are not being properly cared for. It is based on the child's needs. It doesn't depend on having or not having parents.

Yes. Foster care is for children who are in need and are not being properly cared for. It is based on the child's needs. It doesn't depend on having or not having parents.

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Who can foster kids?

now days they have been letting pimps foster kids but only in some countries. u have to go through home inspection and background checks and lot more before you can adopt

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How much does a foster parent get per child in North Carolina?

How much per child per month as a foster parent do you get paid in the year 2020?

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What type of attorney do you need if you are trying to get your niece and nephew from department of human services and they are currently in foster care?

family law specializing in adoption

family law specializing in adoption

family law specializing in adoption

family law specializing in adoption

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Do you have to sign out of foster care to leave?

When you turn adult age you can do what you want but prior to that you can't just leave foster care. It's not up to you but the judge. You can leave foster care early by being asked to be emancipated. I wouldn't recommend it giving how much the state helps out fosters.

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Can you adopt a child if they are not in foster care?

Possibly, but you cannot adopt a child until their current parent's parental rights have been legally terminated.

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How can a 17 year old leave foster care in NY?

get emancipated..you have to get a job and show you can support yourself and have a place to live

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How do you become a foster parent?

The most common route to fostering is to contact your local Department of Social Services and get hooked up through the state. Another way is to work through an adoption agency providing interim care for children about to be adopted. Bethany Christian Services (www.bethany.org) is one adoption agency that uses fostering in that method. No matter which route you decide, there's a considerable amount of training that goes into it, so be sure you're ready to really commit.

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What's the pay for foster parent care?

70$00 a day

This is not an actual true number. It is based on the childs level of care. Depends on the state rates also. Texas is 45 for basic, 70 for moderate and 100 for specialized which these amounts are per day. I am not sure what intense level of care pays.

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Can a 17-year-old male get married and get out of foster care?

All minors who have been placed in a foster home, group home or other facility by order of the court must have permission from the court to change residence or to engage in an act such as marriage. This also applies when a minor reaches the state's legal age of majority unless it is otherwise stipulated in the court order that placed the minor (ward) in the state's custody.

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What can you do if you are a foster child and want to get married at 16 or 17 and who would you have to have sign for your permission to get married?

The judge who issued the order for the minor to be placed in foster care is the person who would have to give permission for the minor to marry, and that is not likely to happen.

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How can you find out what amount child support will take from your tax money?

You could visit the court and ask to see your file and then look for a judgment that lists the amount of your arrears.

You could visit the court and ask to see your file and then look for a judgment that lists the amount of your arrears.

You could visit the court and ask to see your file and then look for a judgment that lists the amount of your arrears.

You could visit the court and ask to see your file and then look for a judgment that lists the amount of your arrears.

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What does a foster child have to do to get out of foster care?

Get adopted, age out or be emancipated. They have no standing in the court otherwise.

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Will you have to go to foster care if you move out when you're 17?

no, your on your own. It depends upon the individual's circumstances, the minimum legal age is 18, so a 17-year old could be placed in a group home if they do not have a acceptable place to live.

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How many children are in foster care in the UK?

The Department for Education in England and the Welsh Assembly Government says that the total number of children living with foster families in England and Wales now stands at over 51,000. Around 4000 children were taken into care in 2010 and that was a rise with 300 from previous year.

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What rights do non adopted siblings have when 1 sibling is adopted?

the sibling that hasn't been adopted normally would have the rite to go and see their adopted sibling but it is up to the adoptive parents, social workers advise the adopted parents to allow the siblings to stay in contact but at the end of the day it is up the the adoptive parents to deside,

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Can you have foster care and child care?

you will have to file papers and you will need right home.

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What are the reasons children are placed in to foster homes?

Sexual abuse, violence, negligence, starvation, abandonment.

Some children go into foster care when a loving parent is temporarily unable to care for the child due to illness, homelessness or job loss - when no other family member is able to take over.

Occasionally a parent is just not able to provide appropriate care for a child, this too can lead to foster care.

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How much do you get paid to keep a foster child?

52 dollars a day

For a regular foster child it ranges from $800 - $900 per month - for a therapeutic foster child it's around $1500 per month

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What will happen to a 17-year-old runaway from foster care in Texas?

It depends on the circumstances. If you were beaten, sexually molested, or mistreated in any way then you had reason to leave. 18 is the legal age (but, a 14 year old in Texas can work in some establishments with the exception of gambling, or any place that has alcohol and this includes tobacco products as well. They can also work in the entertainment business such as becoming and actor, theatrical plays, etc., but not as a stripper or any adult orientated entertain of the same sort.) Your foster parent(s) would have to legally contact Child Welfare and report you missing. It is strictly up to Child Welfare to be accountable for your welfare. If you don't think they are protecting you, then you can take this to court and probably win because you are closer to 18 than not. In many cases the court system is on the side of the minor, but, if that minor is a delinquent and just plain trouble the laws can back-fire on them. If you caused no trouble, don't like the foster parents, it's quite possible that the courts will let you live on your own if you can prove you are working and can finish your education. Texas laws are tough. BEWARE: False ID or false papers of any kind have harsh penalties by the court in Texas if caught. Marcy * A minor who is in a foster home is under the direct jurisdiction of the Texas Family Court. The foster parents are required by law to report the minor as a runaway if his or her location is unknown or as an absentee minor if the location is known. Because there is a court order in place the minor will be taken into custody and remanded over to juvenile authorities as soon as they are located. The minor will then remain in a juvenile facility until a court hearing at which time a decision will be made by the judge based on the best interest of the minor and nothing else.

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