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“I,__________________________, do hereby state that I am a/an ____________________,” _____________________ , and after having continuous and/or evaluative contacts with___________________________________________________

do hereby confirm, to the best of my knowledge, that _______________________________________________________

__________ is a loving, compassionate, devoted, adequately fit and safe parent(s). I can personally attest, in all confidence, and without any concerns that a high level of concern and safety is used when parenting his/her/their child/children. I am adequately secure that such parental care and housing is in the “best interest” of said child(ren) and would pray that it would not be infringed upon, interfered with, hindered or limited. I do believe that in their home and care is the only option to ensure a stable upbringing and secure the family unit. This has been, is currently, and should continue to be, the goal as stated continuously by the Supreme Court and all caring and knowledgeable professionals of the state, as well as the medical, psychological and Mh/Mr fields of services.

Agreed to, and signed, this _____day, of __________,20__



Signature of Doctor/Psychologist/ Counselor

(or other professionals and support persons)

*** Supportive Court Doctrines/Statues/Laws ***

“The forced separation of parent from child, even for a short time, represents a serious infringement upon the rights of both.” – J.B. v. Washington county, 10th Cir. (1997)

Troxel v. Granville, 530 U.S. 57 U.S Supreme Court ruled in favor of parents -States “unconstitutionally interfere with fundamental right of parents to rear children.” fit parents act in best interest of children.” Court explained parents are fit “so long as parent adequately care for children, thus no reason state to inject itself in private realm of family, question ability of parent, make best decisions concerning rearing children.”

State’s power to legislate, adjudicate and administer all aspects of family law, including determinations of custodial; and visitation rights, is subject to scrutiny by federal judiciary within reach of due process and/or equal protection clauses The rights of parents to parent-child relationships are recognized and upheld.

Pa Law: § 3490.4. Definitions (ii) A child will not be deemed to be physically or mentally abused/neglected based on injuries that result solely from environmental factors that -( are beyond the control of the parent or person responsible for the child’s welfare, such as inadequate housing, furnishings, income, clothing and medical care. ) § 3490.57. Protective custody. (b) The county agency shall request protective custody (only) if the immediate safety and well-being of the child requires removal from the setting in which the alleged child abuse occurred.

Written by dawneworswick

June 21, 2011 at 2:43 am

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