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Synonyms for adoption

a ready taking up of something

Synonyms for adoption

the act of accepting with approval

a legal proceeding that creates a parent-child relation between persons not related by blood

the appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source

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T]he most commonly accepted understanding of wardship is that when a tribal court, or a tribal governing council, has exercised legitimate jurisdiction over an Indian child in a child custody proceeding and continues to exercise that jurisdiction, a state court's exercise of jurisdiction is precluded, except, of course, on an emergency basis.
The JFBA chief also said as Japan is set to sign the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, which sets procedures for settling cross-border child custody disputes, the system enabling individuals to report on rights violations would help resolve problems arising from joining that pact.
The fathers said that "the Suzanne Mubarak Laws," or el-Hanem's Laws, give women dominance in all post-divorce matters including child custody .
This rule is in the best interests of children and helps to provide more predictability to imprecise child custody standards by removing the ability of state judges to factor in military service based on their own personal and moral values.
My observation and experience is that in the majority of contested child custody trials the father wins.
Baretto has given several interviews since coming forward as a witness in the troubled pop star's child custody dispute.
In any child custody case, fallible human beings are vested with the power to pry into people's private lives and make decisions that will affect them in an intensely personal and sometimes devastating way.
Surely multiple partners face many of the same problems as unrecognized gay couples in terms of medical decision-making, child custody, inheritance, et cetera.
Tillman explains the essentials for becoming a licensed investigator, including how to start a private investigation agency, write contracts and reports, the various and different types of investigations (background, asset searches, criminal defense, insurance claims, missing persons, divorce and child custody, worker's compensation, medical malpractice); using and finding information sources ranging from professional databases and public records, to internet sources; interviewing techniques; understanding state laws and licensing requirements; and the value in joining professional organizations.
Clinician's Guide to Child Custody Evaluations (Third Edition).
A diverse group of women, eager to lobby their United States Senators about pro-life issues, focused on the Child Custody Protection Act and the ban on human cloning.
It also discusses the intersection of legal issues with social and psychological ones, such as definitions of competence, the psychopathology of the individual, domestic violence, and child custody.
Haworth Press (Binghamton, NY) has begun the publication of "Journal of Child Custody," a new quarterly journal that carries research, case studies and commentary on child custody issues.
As noted by Toronto Star journalist Lynda Hurst no known Christian church has made use of Ontario's 1991 Arbitration Act to settle marital breakdowns or child custody disputes.
The report points out that t was often unclear if CAS should intervene or leave the matters to private child custody hearings.
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