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 Does a child with special needs qualify to be a witness during a trial?

Answer Generally, the share the same rights of inheritance from their shared parent under the laws of intestacy. You can check the laws of intestacy for your state at the related question link provided be... Read More »
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Does a child with Asperger's Syndrome qualify for special education in school?

A 504 Plan (like an IEP for disabled children) provides for accomodations in a general education setting for a student with Asperger's, unless they are otherwise disabled due to Autism, specified a... Read More »
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For a special needs foster child what kind of after adoption subsidy could one qualify for?

There is nothing you can do to change her behavior towards her parents. They are encouraging her behavior by giving into evertything she wants. If you wanted you could explain to your friend how yo... Read More »
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Would a diagnosis of Developmental coordination disorder qualify a child for special education services?

Answer To qualify for special education in most states, you need to prove that there is a discrepancy between intelligence and acheivement. In other words, there is usually a processing deficit th... Read More »
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Can a child witness againts his parent in adultery?

The issue is moot in most states as it's no longer a consideration in divorces. Otherwise, only if the child is an adult.
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