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Ward (law) - Wikipedia

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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.

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 ...

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 ...

ward of court | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary

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ward of court | a person, esp a minor or one legally incapable of managing his own affairs , placed under the control or protection of a guardian or of a court ...

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

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Dec 21, 2016 ... 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...

What happens when you become a ward of the state? | Reference.com

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"Ward of the state" is sometimes used interchangeably with "ward of the court." While the child is a ward of the state, all decisions regarding the child must be ...

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 ...

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 ...

Wardship - Child Law Advice

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Wardship is effective as soon as the court summons is issued, but lapses if not ...