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my father was co guardian of a person growing up, would that person now have any rights to inherit anything?

Question by moose: my father was co guardian of a person growing up, would that person now have any rights to inherit anything?
This person is not a relative

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Answer by Ashley B
All of this would depend simply on what your father has stated in his will. Who is listed as executor of the estate? I would talk to your dad about it, get a heads up and make sure you know what your duties would be should that day come. Talk to him about his will and his final wishes and your questions should be answered. Good luck!

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Which is it? Does an infant/child need both a mother and a father?

Question by gypsywinter: Which is it? Does an infant/child need both a mother and a father?
married?? Wasn’t the whole foundation of adopting stranger children to provide those children with what they didn’t have, parents that were married? This is the standard that the adoption industry and most apars hold as the Gold Standard of Family Life in America…marriage. Wasn’t that the primary basis of adoption…to provide married parents, mother/father, for the kids?
Single women who want to adopt…seem to be always encouraged to adopt..rarely being told that children need a mother and a Father! Yet when there is a pg mother here…she is automatically told by many PAPs and adopters alike (or even those who haven’t a clue about adoption) on this forum…that children need A Mother and A Father…and married!! You know all that stable, responsible financial stuff that can only come with being married…(yeah, right, plenty of married couples have gone to the poor house for a myriad of reasons). So which is it…is it OK for any child to be raised by a single parent, female or male….natural or adoptive? Or should the old adoption standard be invoked across the board, that of a married couple only (when adopting) as being the Gold Standard in Adoption and keeping within the American ideal of…in the best interest of the child?
ETA: Not talking about single bio parents raising their own children, talking about single people who want to adopt.

http://www.citizenlink.org/FOSI/bioethics/adoptionpolicy/A000007974.cfm
http://www.citizenlink.org/FOSI/bioethics/adoptionpolicy/A000007972.cfm

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Answer by Shelby. (:
No, the whole foundation of adopting children was not the sole purpose of being married.

It was for them to have someone that loves them.

And no, stable responsible financial stuff is not only considered to be good for married parents.

You’re sounding a bit idiotic at this point, dear.

And yes, it’s perfectly fine for a child to be raised by one parent.
I was, and I believe that I was raised extremely well.

Dear, you’re quite the close minded person.

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