my daughter went into foster care a yr ago and while i was in treatment- just six months after...
she was placed her foster parents were granted full custody of her and now they are filing for adoption. i have done everything i was required and then some. what can i do? i need some legal assistance quickly as possible.
"No State, or Law, in the world, can take away your Right ... of .... Being the Mother, of your borne child."
Particularly so, in a Secularized Society, where there are few laws, binding two, into the lawful state of Parenthood.
I hope, your State provides you an Attorney ... tell him to talk to me ... on these Hubpages ... as soon as possible.
Remember, the MOST any Court can, or should do, is EXTEND the Period, of Foster care ...
The meaning of EXTEND, means, the authorities Extending the duration, of your daughter, remaining in someone else's foster care ... however, the Extension of this duration is also for a limited period of time, not indefinite ...
The Extended Time is Allowed ... till you are fully Rehabilitated, and regain normalcy and health.
And do take good care of yourself, Mother ... it takes a long time, to mend the scars, of a troubled mother daughter relationship.
by waterbottle 2 years ago
i feel as if they need another chance, because most of the time it is not their fault for the position that they are in. so tell me how you all think about this topic... and also would You ever become a foster parent?
by igniter8503 9 months ago
Why don't people care for their kids anymore??In today's world we see more parents not taking care of their kids the right way either ditching them with other people to take care of or no caring for them in general why do you think this???Their is more kids growing up in foster care or with grand...
by larryfreeman 9 years ago
As I mentioned in a previous announcement, categories are coming to HubPages.Here is the planned breakdown of the Home & Family Category:Home & Family (Top Level Category)* Adoption* Babies* Bedding* Child Care* Children* Cleaning* Cooking (See Food)* Foster Care* Gardening* Genealogy* Home...
by Roberta McIlroy 5 years ago
My son-in-law left my daughter for a girl half his age. He has moved in with his gf but continually sneaks into my daughters house when she is at work or asleep and takes photos of everyone and the house. My grandsons are 11 and 8. They have ADHD and ODD. Every...
by sallie johnson 3 years ago
I need help to keep a perfectly well behaved child out of foster care.Her father wants it imy ex wants to punish our innocent daughter and place her in foster care because she wants to live with me How can I stop this The judge is a strange person who looks at us not the needs of the child we have...
by carolblalock 8 years ago
states need to rethink their foster care systems and rules. with this new health care bill being past, it's just another stumbling block for foster care kids. they alredy have to be solely responsible for themselves at eightteen weather or not they have graduated high school or not. there ought to...
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