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Some states have different laws regarding what parents have to provide for their children, however, there are five main things that are common in all 50 states: FoodShelterCl…othingEducationHealth CareParents BASIC responsibilities include : Grow up children in comfort and lavish facilities without any problems To educate their children highly To teach them moral values To educate them about their culture, tradition, religion, language Teach them manners and eticates Teach them to have good behavior and helping nature which does not create problems further Make them realise their responsibilities towards family, home and society Make them aware of social problems they will face when they become independent Make them realise the evil face of society Teach them how to maintain relationships with love, care, trust and justice. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_parents'_responsibilities#ixzz2PUgBEhPZ
No way! Why would your parents have to pay your bills? There is no law that says they have to take over your bills in case of death. No such law exists. Why would you th…ink so? No way! Why would you think so? There is no law that says your parents have to pay the debts of their kids in the event of death. No such law exists.
Take them to a professional. Anorexia is a psychological disorder very similar to drug addiction. The average parent isn't qualified to help someone overcome heroin addi…ction, so why should Anorexia be any different? If you are the parent of an anorexic child, please understand that this is a disease that is afflicting your child, it has nothing to do with their character, and it is not necessarily a choice that they make.
No. That is not a general parental responsibility. The answer is no because religious belief is a matter of choice and some people don't choose it. Religious questions that as…sume everyone is religious can be troublesome. People who choose religion as a part of their lives believe they have a responsibility to instill their religious beliefs in their children. That is a part of the doctrine of every major religion. People who are not religious generally avoid religious influence during their children's early development. They prefer to allow their children to make that decision for themselves once they are mature enough to make their own choices.
No contracts signed by minors are not valid.
Probably one of the biggest things you can do is to ENGAGE in conversation. I would sing songs in the car with my kids, play "I spy", talk about current events. ANYTHING… to get them to carry on conversation even when they were 2! I would just talk about anything and everything. I made them feel their opinion was valued. As a result, my kids are social, very aware of their surroundings, and active participants in adult conversations (i.e. politics, current events, etc.) (They are 10 and 12 now) In comparasion, I have a friend that never said a word to her son in the car. He is very backward, withdrawn and socially inept. I can't help but wonder if this is why.
Are parents responsible for adult childrens medical bills. My son incurred an ER bill after insurance paid. is the father obligated to help?
If the person that received the treatment was an adult at the time of the treatment being initiated then the onus is on him/her to pay for it. the parents have no responsibili…ty in the matter.
Prophet Muhammad taught parents to support their children's' situations' whether bad or good. He also told them to explain and tell their children what is wrong or right: lead… them to the right or wrong.
I think they are equally responsible. The child needs to work hard to learn, but the parent needs to give help at home and make sure that the child understands the material.
yes because the parents teach the their own child how they want and then he/she acts on it.
Children take their cue on how to behave from those around them. When parents are noticeably concerned, children's anxiety levels rise. Parents should remain as calm as possib…le to be fully present for their children.
If they inherited the property then they have a stack in the property and responsibility to uphold the standards of the community;Howerver, if they are not the property owners… and have no interest in the property then, I would say they should not be held responsible.
No. The age of the children is not relevant unless they are adults who entered into a financial agreement with the parents. For example joint holders of a credit card account.… The estate of deceased person(s) is responsible for paying any debts in the manner prescribed by the probate laws of the state where the person lived at the time of their death.
It depends on the age of the child and your relationship to this child. Another family member would be lax if they did not attemt to help a child in need. If you are just a fr…iend or an aquaintence it may be more difficult to butt in. If the child is being abused physically or emotionally you do have an obligation to notify the proper authorities.
Just help them as much as you can in chores, for example, taking care of your baby brother or even things like washing the dishes. You can take up a job and earn money towards… your future or their home maintainance. Im no parent, but if I was one, I would just want my children to be happy and well provided for. So basically, be happy and show them that you love them.
One answer: Yes, most certainly. It is up to the parent to teach their children how to act and to know right from wrong. As well as discipline their child when they act out o…r do something wrong.