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Recent Efforts By States To Ban The Practice Of "Re-Homing"

Arkansas's Governor recently signed a bill into law that bans the practice known as "re-homing." The term re-homing, also known as "disrupted or non-legalized adoption," refers to the practice of transferring of a child from their legal adoptive parents to unauthorized individuals. This type of adoption usually occurs over the internet and is facilitated on different message sites, on sites such as Yahoo and Craigslist. A significant concern with this type of adoption is the minimal contact that occurs between the current and prospective parents and the fact that the adopted child is traded and treated like a commodity. There is little concern for the well-being of the child who is being adopted.

What Is Free-Range Parenting?

Free-range parenting is a parenting philosophy in which a child is allowed to explore the world at their own pace, with minimal supervision and control by the parents. This often means that the children engage in everyday life activities with minimal or no adult supervision, such as walking to and from school alone. People who support and apply this type of parenting style believe it is an important parenting tool to allow children to grow and experience independence organically.

Cincinnati Bengals' Devon Stills Accused of Not Paying Child Support

For the past several months, the feel-good story of the National Football League season has been Cincinnati Bengals' Devon Stills and his daughter's inspirational fight with cancer. Now, Devon Stills is involved a different fight: a child support controversy.

Understanding The Basics Of Child Support Payments Under Ohio Law

The federal government requires every state to implement child support guidelines in order to provide consistent, equitable child support orders. These guidelines vary from state to state, but each state has developed its guidelines based on specific criteria and corresponding numeric calculations.

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