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- De Factor Parent/Third Party Custody Actions: Legal Principles and Recent Relevant Court of Appeals Case:
- RECENT COURT OF APPEALS REVERSAL ON INSUFFICIENCY OF EVIDENCE
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Monthly Archives: August 2012
DOES INTERSTATE COMPACT ON THE PLACEMENT OF CHILDREN (ICPC) APPLY TO A NON-CUSTODIAL OUT OF STATE BIOLOGICAL PARENT?
Until recently, and almost consistently, the Child and Family Services Agency (CFSA) would in cases where a non-custodial non-petitioned biological parent intervenes in the neglect proceedings and seeks custody of the child – would require that parent to go through … Continue reading
The DC Court of Appeals early on in Fuller v. Fuller, 247 A. 2d (1968) defined the term as a person who willingly puts himself in the role of legal parenting of a child, that is day to day care … Continue reading