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October 2017 Archives

Is adopting a teen a viable option?

Adopting a teen might seem difficult, but it's one of the kindest things an adoptive parent can choose. Teens are often seen as individuals who can't change or who have been damaged by the foster care system, but that isn't the case. Sadly, as a result of the unfair stereotypes, teens often go without being adopted and age out of the system. Many teens simply want to find a family who will love and care for them, even if it's only for a few years until they're old enough to go to college or live independently.

Reporting domestic abuse won't lead to deportation for victims

Domestic violence and neglect have no place in any home. Sadly, some people put up with far more neglect and abuse than they should because they feel that they have no other options. Those individuals may include victims who are in the country illegally.

Guardianships: Giving children someone to rely on

If there is a reason that a child cannot live with his or her parents, then a guardian may be appointed or chosen for the child. A guardian is a person who takes care of the child in a variety of ways, from managing the child's finances to providing medical care, food and education. Guardianship can end if a judge determines it is not longer necessary in those cases.