Foster Parents; Did you know? Definition due process
Part 5 of 6
In this series we are taking a tour through Administrative Law (Ad Law), Administrative Agencies to answer a question that you may have. Did you read parts 1-4?
We were presenting facts that apply to foster parents under Administrative Law and what this entity is doing to citizens of our country just because they can? This is happening because foster parents fall under Administrative Law.
Fact; Foster parents are the only ones within the Foster Care System who have no attorney furnished to them. Virtually entering this system without sufficient training then blindsided by this enemy lurking in the shadows to pounce on them. More info nfpcar or FPLS
Note everyone else within the Foster Care System has an attorney made available to them, exception foster parents who not only have to locate an attorrney specializing in Ad Law but have to pay for their own attorneys.
Fact; We request that you remember; the children in the Foster Care System came from homes of their biological parents who may not have committed any form of maltreatment that warranted losing their children in the first place.
The people that are victims are biological/foster/and adoptive parents. We are talking the poor, the homeless, and unemployed, those who cannot afford attorneys. In the case of foster parents; in order to achieve taking their cases out of Administrative Law into a real court of law they must have the wherewithal to hire an attorney enabling them to take it to a higher court. Those that are poor without the financial means are simply not able to do that, unfairness injustices continue. In the meantime our children, America’s future we are continuing to see engulfed by a vicious cycle, that cycle that is the Foster Care System.
Children are without “we the peoples” protection.
Things to check out for yourself; for inquisitive minds; interesting link.
You will love this one; 2 quotes taken from the Bench Guide link (guide to judges)
1st Quote; While judges in some localities make a good faith effort to determine whether adequate services have been offered to the family, in many localities a positive finding is merely a matter of checking a box on a preprinted form.
Quote; Where you find the laws most numerous, there you will find also the greatest injustice. Arcesilaus
Our conlusions & second quote in Part 6