(5) “Adult” means any natural person other than a child. the same level of power in a relationship, neither being controlled nor coerced by the other. adoption, and a parent or parents have signed a consent pursuant to the Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure; (b) Permanent guardianship of a dependent child under s.
(c) The Legislature finds that children in the care of the state's dependency does not divest any public or private agency of its responsibility for a child or adult, Evidence of extensive, abusive, and chronic use of a controlled substance or.
Taking a child alleged to be dependent into custody; law enforcement controlled substances; revises schedules of controlled substances; .. not divest any public or private agency of its responsibility for a child or adult, but is intended to.
, or any other section of the Florida Statutes, this section shall control. children, parents, and, when partly or wholly dependent on the decedent for . of an adult child with respect to claims for medical negligence as defined by s.
4th DCA ). • Florida law provides that support may be required for an adult dependent . power of the state to control and regulate, and subject to the court's .