Remember Cynthia Rose: Grandparents fight to keep their grandchildren

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If your adult child becomes incapacitated or dies, you do not automatically gain custody of your grandchildren. Sometimes, depending on the age of the children and whether or not they are adoptable will determine who gets custody. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal bonus monies are given to states each year when they exceed the number of adoptions from the previous year. Your grandchild may be needed to help reach the numbers necessary for your state to receive its ...
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If your adult child becomes incapacitated or dies, you do not automatically gain custody of your grandchildren. Sometimes, depending on the age of the children and whether or not they are adoptable will determine who gets custody. Hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal bonus monies are given to states each year when they exceed the number of adoptions from the previous year. Your grandchild may be needed to help reach the numbers necessary for your state to receive its bonus.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780595258635
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/12/2002
  • Edition number: 0
  • Pages: 180
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.41 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2011

    I AM ONE OF THOUSANDS OF GRANDPARENTS

    THIS BOOK IS REAL, NOT FICTION. OUR STATES ARE TAKING OUR CHILDREN FOR PROFIT. THIS BOOK PROVES IT. JUST BECAUSE IT HASN'T HIT YOU, DOES NOT MEAN IT ISN'T GOING TOO. BE PREPARED BEFORE IT HAPPENS. READ THE BOOK! ORDER IT FROM YOUR PUBLIC LIBRARY IF YOU CAN NOT AFFORD TO BUY IT. BE INFORMED; IGNORANCE IS NOT BLISS!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2004

    Must read for Grandparents and family members who are concerned for little ones well being!

    This heartwrenching true story happens everyday. We must open our eyes, the first step is too read this story about a loving Grandmother I now know because of this story. It will shock you! It will even cause disbelief that this could happen to you. But it exposes the inner workings of our current system of legal child marketing at the expense of our most precious 'resource' our children-our future. They will grow up state 'farmed' and I fear for our own care by these state raised monsters. Let those who love and have family ties raise the children with in the family they come from. I recommend this book to anyone with children/grandchildren!

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