Most foster care arrangements are intended to be temporary, but a good foster parent understands a child’s welfare comes before all other concerns. As a foster parent, you may find it is in a child’s best interests to remain in your care rather than return to their natural parents. you may find yourself in a legal battle over custody with questions about your rights as a foster parent. Some states have enacted laws designed to give foster parents more rights to children in their care, including priority consideration for adoption if available. Foster parents’ rights may be limited. The best way to be certain of your rights as a foster parent is to seek independent counsel of an attorney with experience in adoption and foster care law.
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