Make Your Supervised Visits With Your Children Count

For many parents who have had their children removed by child protective services or other agency, the emotional sting is made all that much worse by restrictive court-scheduled visits supervised by overworked and sometimes uncaring caseworkers. Often, parents are only allowed to see their children for one hour every two-weeks. The visit usually takes place […]

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When They Turn 18: Reconnecting With a Forcibly Adopted Child

The stories of state-forced adoptions are heartbreaking, but not uncommon. The family court system is the United States is fractured, skewered in favor of caseworkers and foster care providers whose real motive was never to help a family recover, but to find suitable children to adopt without the expense of a private adoption: My husband […]

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