Foster care: The importance of bonding assessments in reunification cases

When a child comes into foster care, there is a presumptive plan of reunification with the parents, except in limited situations where a parent is convicted of serious crimes identified in the statute or the child enters care due to abandonment. (Md. Code Ann., Cts. & Jud. Proc., §3-812.) The Juvenile Causes Act outlines the process ...

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