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Ward (law)

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In law, a ward is someone placed under the protection of a legal guardian. A court may take responsibility for the legal protection of an individual, usually either a ...

What does "ward of the court" mean? | FosterClub

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If the judge decides that the child is unsafe, the court takes responsibility for the child, and the child becomes a "ward" of the court. Now this may sound silly.

Wards of court legal definition of Wards of court - Legal Dictionary

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Definition of Wards of court in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is Wards of court? Meaning of Wards of court as a ...

Parents Deceased?/Student Ward of Court?/In Foster Care? - fafsa

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This is question 53 on the FAFSA. The response should be Yes if: The student had no living parent (biological or adoptive) at any time since the student turned ...

Orphan or Ward of Court Proof | ASU Students Site

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Orphan or Ward of Court Proof. Student Financial Assistance will request this documentation only if it is needed to complete your financial aid file. This item ...

Sample Ward of the Court Verification Letter - Education ...

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Sample County “Ward of the Court” Verification Language. For the Purposes of Federal Financial Aid. Re: Billy Bob. DOB: 3/25/1980. SSN: 318-80-8223.

Explain what "Ward of the Court" really means ?? - FreeAdvice ...

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He was made ward of the court and they keep letting him out so why should I have to be responsiable for someone I can't. They can't even ...

Family Law Week: What Place does Wardship have in Modern ...

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May 17, 2013 ... In relation to children, the High Court has exercised its inherent jurisdiction historically by making a child a ward of the Court. It is not ...

2015-2016 Verification of Orphan, Foster Care or Ward of the Court

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age 13, were both your parents deceased, were you in foster care or were you a dependent or ward of the court? Additional information is needed for us to ...

2016-2017 Ward of the Court/Orphan or Foster Care

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Ward of the Court: f you were a dependent or ward of the court, even if you are no longer a dependent or ward of the court today (for federal student aid purposes ...

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FinAid | Professional Judgment | Ward of the Court

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A ward of the court is someone under the protection of the courts. The ward of the court may have a guardian appointed by the court. The legal guardian is not ...

Guardian and Ward legal definition of Guardian and Ward

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Guardian and Ward. The legal relationship that exists between a person (the guardian) appointed by a court to take care of and manage the property of a person ...

What is a Ward of the Court? (with pictures)

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A ward of the court is a person who is unable to care for him or herself to such an extent that a court must assume responsibility...