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By Christia — Aug 24, 2017

See if you can have a friend or someone who has your back come with you for support. Read more



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By betaceleste — Aug 2, 2017

If you aren't allowed to talk to your sister you should tell the judge. Read more



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By betaceleste — Aug 2, 2017

You should tell you caseworker if you don't want to go to court. Write a letter instead. Or tell your CASA what you would want to say. Read more



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By Celeste — Jul 18, 2017

You should tell your caseworker. If you want to tell the judge your opinion on how things are going, you could put it in a letter. Read more



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By betachristia557 — Jul 18, 2017

You should be able to, unless there is some sort of danger involved with you speaking to your sister. Has your sister been in trouble? Do you know if people are concerned about your safety if you talk to your sister? Read more



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By betachristia555 — Jul 18, 2017

Who is saying that you can’t? Have you asked your caseworker if you can schedule phone calls with your sister? Read more



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By betachristia — Jul 18, 2017
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By betachristia — Jul 18, 2017

This happened to someone I know who wanted to go on an overnight trip with a friend’s family, and they made them have background checks. Read more



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By Christia — Jul 18, 2017

There is a new federal law that provides a Prudent Parenting Standard – meaning foster parents are allowed to make reasonable decisions for the kids in their care. This should cover a foster parent’s ability to decide if you can stay overnight at someone’s house. Read more