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Can parents really place unmanageable children up for adoption?

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Submitted : 2018-06-13 21:43:17    Popularity:     

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I remember growing up, a frequent threat my dad would make when I was an adolescent to teen was that he would put me up for adoption or in a foster home if I didn't improve my attitude or start getting better grades. (Once he seriously lost it and act

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Usually children are taken away from their parents, the parents don't donate them. I'd say he's full of hot air, but you should still have enough respect for your parent to do as he says.

I believe if you do this, you have to pay the going rate for foster kids. I was getting $1700 a month for my daughter, but she was a very sick baby. (The "therapeutic" homes didn't even want her. When she finalized, we cut off all the medical crap and let the chips fall where they would. The baby that would never "walk, talk, or eat normally" is in a mainstreamed first grade class and walks with a slight limp. I think most kids get about $500-ish a month.

You can but you have to pay the state for your care.

You betcha. It's called an Entrustment Agreement with DSS.

It probably depends on where you live, or even which official you end up talking to. I know one parent who tried to look into it and was told that the state had no obligation to pick up the slack for her bad parenting (probably not the exact words but that was the idea).

Also, there's usually a shortage of foster homes, particularly for teens, so that would be a factor as well.

Yes. My aunt and uncle placed my cousin in foster care for a few years because my cousin started being violet towards them and her siblings, using drugs, missing school, etc. My aunt and uncle were at the wits end and couldn't handle their daughter anymore. And yes the tried everything from counseling, rehab, grounding, etc.

Yes, but it would not be adoption at all, foster care is more like it.
If this is ever done, some points of law come in to play for it, where the law usually goes to see an unfit parent, or a sociopathic or pathological kid.

Yes, you can turn your child in to the custody of the state. My mother told me she was going to have me locked away in an asylum. It's the kind of "old school" parenting that really f*** some of us up.

State law comes into play, i do know that if the cops are involved sometimes the courts will give one the option, for out of control kids.



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