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  • A Kinship Caregiver's Guide to Consenting to Health Care

    A kinship caregiver is a relative who is taking care of a child but is not the child's parent. This guide provides a child's kinship caregiver information about consenting to health care options. Read More

    By:
    Columbia Legal Services
  • Non-Parent Custody: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

    This resource has general information about two ways under Washington law to get legal custody of a child who is not yours: 1) a non-parent custody petition filed in court under Ch. 26.10 RCW or 2) a Temporary Parental Consent Agreement (in agreed cases only). Instructions and a sample Temporary Parental Consent Agreement form are included. #3100EN Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project - CLEAR Intake Line
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