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    ubject: OH Mom,previously TPR'd allowed Court visits w kid
    From: [email protected] (Fern5827)
    Date: 12/1/2004 10:53 AM Eastern Standard Time
    Message-id: <[email protected]>

    http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.d.../NEWS01/411300
    354/1056/news01

    "That visit, under the supervision of the Hamilton County Department of Job and
    Family Services, is believed to be the first time in Ohio that a parent who
    permanently lost custody of a child has legally been allowed to see that child
    again."

    DESCRIPTORS; OHIO, CSB, CPS, HAMILTON COUNTY, DJFS, FAMILY SERVICES, CPS, CHILD
    ABUSE, DRUG ABUSE, FAMILY LAW, CAPTA, ASFA, TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS,
    TPR, MOTHERHOOD








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    OH Mom, TPR'd now can see kid with Court approval


    "Fern5827" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    ubject: OH Mom,previously TPR'd allowed Court visits w kid From: [email protected] (Fern5827) Date: 12/1/2004 10:53 AM Eastern Standard Time Message-id: <[email protected]> http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.d.../NEWS01/411300 354/1056/news01 "That visit, under the supervision of the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services, is believed to be the first time in Ohio that a parent who permanently lost custody of a child has legally been allowed to see that child again." DESCRIPTORS; OHIO, CSB, CPS, HAMILTON COUNTY, DJFS, FAMILY SERVICES, CPS, CHILD ABUSE, DRUG ABUSE, FAMILY LAW, CAPTA, ASFA, TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS, TPR, MOTHERHOOD
    Things are different from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

    This case is not relevant to Ontario.

    In Ontario, two types of Crown Wardship Orders can be made - without access
    for the purpose of adoption, and with access if adoption is not being
    considered - often for older children.

    Where an order for Crown Wardship is made, and the child is not adopted, a
    natural parent can make an aapplication to have access, or to have the Crown
    Wardship order terminated and the child returned, where there has been a
    material change in circumstannces since the making of the last order, and
    the change would be in the best interests of the child.

    As always this is general advice, and follow up with a lawyer is always
    recommended.

    Doug Thomas
    Welland, Ontario


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      OH Mom, TPR'd now can see kid with Court approval

      Well, duh, Doug. I think most folks posting to this NG understand that Canada
      is a soverign nation.

      Not at all under the laws of the United States. That is why the headline
      states OH.

      Oh, and by the way---the apellation in the US is the Supreme Court of the
      United States---not the Supreme Court of North America.

      OH= Ohio.

      Doug noted:
      Subject: Re: OH Mom, TPR'd now can see kid with Court approvalFrom: "doug thomas" [email protected]Date: 12/1/2004 6:23 PM Eastern Standard TimeMessage-id: <[email protected]>"Fern5827" <[email protected]> wrote in messagenews:[email protected]
      ubject: OH Mom,previously TPR'd allowed Court visits w kid From: [email protected] (Fern5827) Date: 12/1/2004 10:53 AM Eastern Standard Time Message-id: <[email protected]> http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.d.../NEWS01/411300 354/1056/news01 "That visit, under the supervision of the Hamilton County Department of Job and Family Services, is believed to be the first time in Ohio that a parent who permanently lost custody of a child has legally been allowed to see that child again." DESCRIPTORS; OHIO, CSB, CPS, HAMILTON COUNTY, DJFS, FAMILY SERVICES, CPS, CHILD ABUSE, DRUG ABUSE, FAMILY LAW, CAPTA, ASFA, TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS, TPR, MOTHERHOOD
      Things are different from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.This case is not relevant to Ontario.In Ontario, two types of Crown Wardship Orders can be made - without accessfor the purpose of adoption, and with access if adoption is not beingconsidered - often for older children.Where an order for Crown Wardship is made, and the child is not adopted, anatural parent can make an aapplication to have access, or to have the CrownWardship order terminated and the child returned, where there has been amaterial change in circumstannces since the making of the last order, andthe change would be in the best interests of the child.As always this is general advice, and follow up with a lawyer is alwaysrecommended.Doug ThomasWelland, Ontario

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