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Fathers and paternity : applying the law in North Carolina child welfare cases

Author: Sara DePasquale; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. School of Government,
Publisher: [Chapel Hill, North Carolina] : UNC School of Government, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : English
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"When a child is the subject of an abuse, neglect, or dependency court action, parents are necessary parties to that proceeding. Yet, a child's father is not always identified or included. Failure to involve a father in a timely manner has consequences that affect the child, the father, paternal relatives, the court procedure itself, and any necessary companion court actions, such as termination of parental rights  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sara DePasquale; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. School of Government,
ISBN: 9781560118572 1560118571
OCLC Number: 950263086
Description: x, 202 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: The abuse, neglect, or dependency court action: naming respondent fathers --
The impact of naming a man as respondent father --
Identifying and locating missing fathers --
Determining when paternity is at issue --
Establishing paternity when it is an issue --
The effect of a paternity adjudication --
A child's primary permanent plan of adoption: the process and the role of fathers.
Responsibility: Sara DePasquale.

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"When a child is the subject of an abuse, neglect, or dependency court action, parents are necessary parties to that proceeding. Yet, a child's father is not always identified or included. Failure to involve a father in a timely manner has consequences that affect the child, the father, paternal relatives, the court procedure itself, and any necessary companion court actions, such as termination of parental rights and adoption. Finding and determining who is a child's father is not always easy or straightforward. Sara DePasquale's Fathers and Paternity helps a reader find and apply the various North Carolina laws that identify a child's father, adjudicate paternity or non-paternity, and address a father's involvement in these proceedings."--Publisher's website.

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