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A dependency is a claim by the state or a third. party that a parent is unfit or unable to care for. their child or children. Child Protective Services. (CPS) is usually the party who requests the state.
You also have the right to participate with CPS in developing a case plan for your family. Right to visit your child/children: Visiting your child is important. Visits between the parent and child are a right and can only be limited if necessary to protect the safety and welfare of the child.
If a child is adjudicated dependent in the hearing, meaning the child is without proper care, it allows the court to order services and programs for the child and family that include the following: ● Drug, alcohol, or mental health evaluation for child or parents.
You have the right to refuse to let them inside. This is important. Many parents want to appear cooperative, so they let CPS do whatever they want. However, whatever the CPS caseworker sees can and will be used against you in court, even if it does not have to do with the original allegations against you.
If a child is adjudicated dependent in the hearing, meaning the child is without proper care, it allows the court to order services and programs for the child and family that include the following: ● Drug, alcohol, or mental health evaluation for child or parents.
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A dependency is a claim by the state or a third. party that a parent is unfit or unable to care for. their child or children. Child Protective Services. (CPS) is usually the party who requests the state.
A dependency petition is a legal document addressed to the court about concerns that your child has been abused, neglected or abandoned and there is no parent able to safely care for your child.
You have the right to refuse to let them inside. This is important. Many parents want to appear cooperative, so they let CPS do whatever they want. However, whatever the CPS caseworker sees can and will be used against you in court, even if it does not have to do with the original allegations against you.
At this hearing the court can declare the child dependent or set other conferences or mediation. When a child is declared dependent, it basically means the court has ruled that child is in need of parental care and control and that the state of Arizona is legally responsible to provide that.
The dependency process is the court process for families that are involved with Department of Child Safety (DCS). The dependency process begins when a child has been removed from the home because there has been an allegation of abuse, neglect, or abandonment.