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 What constitutes child abandonment in Illinois?

Answer Child abandonment, or the act of leaving a child unsupervised for an extended period of time jeopardizing their safety is a very serious crime in Illinois. Such an act is regulated by the Illinois ... Read More »
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What constitutes child abandonment?

Generalizations about child abandonment are difficult to make since every state has its own definition. Some define abandonment as abuse or neglect, while others do not even use those terms. Maryla... Read More »
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What constitutes abandonment by a non custodial parent who has not paid court ordered child support nor seen the child in 5 years?

What constitutes abandonment by a non-custodial parent who has not paid court-ordered child support nor seen the child in 5 years?

Answer There are a few states that have laws which pertain directly to the designation of parental abandonment. The majority of states make such rulings on the individual case circumstances. There... Read More »
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Child abandonment laws in west virginia. if a parent has not had any contanct verbal or physical for more than 6 months. is that child abandonment?


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