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M a Robert and Miriam Fertig
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Best Interests of the Children: America's Dependency System as Seen Through the Eyes of Guardians

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What should professionals?judges, lawyers, teachers, social workers, and Guardian ad Litem or CASA volunteers ?consider in pursuing the Best Interest of Children who have been abandoned, neglected or abused? How can Department of Children and Families improve their systems?

"Best Interests of the Children" explains that the ethical principles of Beneficence and Non-Malefice
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Published August 22nd 2014 by iUniverse
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Ashley Tetzlaff
Oct 13, 2014 Ashley Tetzlaff rated it it was amazing
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Best Interests of the Children by Robert and Miriam Fertig is a very helpful and informative book, especially for those who are thinking about adopting, becoming foster parents or child advocates. The Fertigs draw on years of experiences and multiple cases to give their readers an inside view of America’s dependency system. They give lessons learned in individual cases and offer recommendations on how different departments could i
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