Legal Rights of Foster Parents

Production Date: October 06, 2016 Practice Areas: Family & Matrimonial Law and Public Interest Law Estimated Length: 3679 minutes


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In this course, attorney Frederick J. Magovern delves into the complex law surrounding the relationship between foster parents and the children for whom they care. The purpose of this discussion is to provide current and prospective foster parents with a clearer understanding of their critical role and their legal rights as foster parents and the legal framework governing foster care.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Enable foster parents to understand their role and their rights in the New York foster care system
  2. Understand what foster parents must know and must be told about their foster child's background and needs
  3. Learn what foster parents need to know to successfully navigate administrative hearing and the judicial system
  4. Examine critical case law
Ruth G.
Chicago, IL

Really well done, well organized, good examples, holds your interest.

Pamela H.
Spring Valley, NY

Fred is the best!!!!

Michelle W.
Galt, CA

very informative and easy to listen to

John H.
Honeoye Falls, NY

Very Good presentation

Anne R.
West Allenhurst, NJ

very informative

Dorrie W.
Modesto, CA

Although this focussed mostly on New York law, I know many of the principles are useful in California law as well.

Julie A. B.
Hiles, WI

Easy-to-follow, well organized, substantive, comprehensive program delivered by an impressive, articulate speaker with practical experience.

Zoraida G.
Jackson Heights, NY


Joseph H.
Saint Paul, MN

REALLY like this speaker. He's obviously very experienced and yet still passionately committed to the cause.