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US - Free legal forms we offer are designed to be legally binding documents in any legal transaction

on Sun, 12/08/2013 - 01:01
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Free legal forms we offer are designed to be legally binding documents in any legal transaction

Note: Although this site is based in the United States and the forms contained on the site are designed around the US legal system, there is no doubt that with the assistance of these forms, most people dealing with child protection departments elsewhere in the world would achieve a more professional result with the assistance of this tool.


We offer free legal documents for a variety of uses, from cease and desist letters to rental agreements. These forms are suitable for individuals, small businesses, real estate transactions, and more.

The free legal forms we offer are designed to be

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Reinholds man jailed for abuse of foster child, 3

on Mon, 10/22/2012 - 00:26
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Reinholds man jailed for abuse of foster child, 3

I know that most foster carers are not like this. I would like to hope that the vast majority do it out of the kindness of their hearts. It is however still a game of russian roulette the child protection industry is playing with other people's children, that is why I post these stories. The most a parent can hope for when their child has been legally kidnapped is that the children end up in a happy, safe environment.

 

REINHOLDS, Pa. (WHTM) -

A Lancaster County man has been jailed on aggravated assault and child endangerment charges after admitting he abused his three-year-old foster child,

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Free Legal Support in NSW: The Law Society Pro Bono Scheme

on Sun, 09/23/2012 - 04:57
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Free Legal Support in NSW: The Law Society Pro Bono Scheme

The Law Society’s Pro Bono Scheme can put you in contact with law firms willing to provide their legal services for free or for reduced fees.

This assistance can include legal advice, help with preparing documentation and representation in court.

The Law Society’s Pro Bono Scheme also provides legal assistance on an ‘in-house’ basis for eligible applicants.

Who is eligible?

To be eligible for assistance under the Scheme, applicants must:

  • have applied for and been refused Legal Aid assistance for their legal matter (proof of this is required);
  • satisfy the means assessment applied by the
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Newborn caught in adoption tug of war

on Tue, 07/03/2012 - 07:13
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Aritha Govender says she made the toughest decision a mother could make: to put her newborn baby up for adoption. But when she changed her mind after two days, a social worker at the hospital where she gave birth refused to allow her to leave with her baby.

This, despite the fact that the law allows 60 days for a mother to change her mind about the adoption, and that she didn’t sign any legal documents terminating her parental rights.

Speaking to the Sunday Tribune on Thursday after a traumatic battle to have her son returned to her, the toll of the ordeal was evident.

Govender held her

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Auditors find continuing problems at county social service agencies

on Fri, 05/25/2012 - 15:49

County social service agencies don’t do a good job of tracking foster children, leave federal funding on the table, have missing files on welfare checks and grant food stamps to too many ineligible people, a new state audit found.

 

These problems and a host of others on documentation and control were found in some of the largest social service agencies in the state, and scores of the issues were repeat errors that had been found in previous audits.

“In view of repeat findings … more oversight by [Department of Human Resources] management may be necessary,” said chief Legislative Auditor

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Fostering discrimination through lies

on Sun, 03/11/2012 - 22:34
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In 2009, the Australian Civil Service, comprised of hundreds of careered bureaucrats and public academics, assembled a publicly funded organization called The National Council’s Plan for Australia to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children. This organization was formed along ideological lines, as is evident in the name. The phrase “women and their children” indicating a strong suggestion of a concept of family which excludes fathers as a part.

This council included a dozen members who authored a 204 page rationale and set of recommendations for sweeping changes to Australian domestic