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Unit 3 Review Jeopardy. What are two main ways the gov’t supplies health benefits? (The agencies) What kind of custody do foster parents have over their foster children? What is bigamy? What is a current trend we have discussed in marriages today?

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Unit 3 review jeopardy

Unit 3 Review Jeopardy


Unit 3 review jeopardy

  • What are two main ways the gov’t supplies health benefits? (The agencies)

  • What kind of custody do foster parents have over their foster children?

  • What is bigamy?

  • What is a current trend we have discussed in marriages today?

  • What is the easiest type of divorce to get? WHY?

  • What do you have to claim in order to get a no-fault divorce?


Unit 3 review jeopardy

  • What is the difference between separation and divorce?

  • Why is there a separation period before a couple can get divorced?

  • What is the main goal of foster care?

  • Marriage is a ___________ between two people who agree to live as spouses

  • What does it mean if a marriage is annulled?

  • Under the traditional law, if a husband does NOT provide his wife with the necessities, what can the wife do?

  • What does the law say about determining the last name of your children?

  • What are the two ways that property can be viewed and divided if a couple gets divorced?


Unit 3 review jeopardy

  • What is the term for a woman (not the wife) who agrees to carry a child for a couple?

  • What is the term for a residence where a bunch of foster children live together?

  • What is the standard the courts use to decide who should get custody of a child?

  • When the state makes decisions for children whose parents are temporarily unable to care for them, the state is acting as a temporary what?

  • What is the term for placing a child in the care and supervision of relatives who are NOT their parents?


Unit 3 review jeopardy

  • What is the term for the court decision to end the rights of an unfit parent?

  • If a child continually disobeys his parents and runs away, that child can be charged with what?

  • What is the definition of a status offense?

  • If a young child inherits money from a family member, what will happen to that money?

  • What is child neglect?

  • If a child continuously misses school, they will be charged with what?

  • What term states that the owner of a vehicle is responsible for any damage done by a family member driving the vehicle?


Unit 3 review jeopardy

  • What is the one thing that ALL states require in order for a marriage to be legal?

  • What is a requirement for a common-law marriage?

  • What factor has affected the changes that have occurred to American families?

  • What are 3 ways the GOVERNMENT provides help for students who want to go college?

  • What is the term for a person who is trained to help couples settle marriage problems?

  • What is the difference between alimony and child support?

  • What is a separation agreement?

  • What are the 4 requirements states usually have when it comes to who can get married?


Unit 3 review jeopardy

  • There are 4 reason a marriage can be annulled. What are 2 of them?

  • Why have the police, in the past, been reluctant to get involved in domestic disputes?

  • What are barriers that make it difficult for women to leave abusive relationships?

  • What federal law created a federal definition of marriage?

  • What is the name of a court action a woman can bring against a man to determine if he is the father of her child?

  • What used to be the method used to determine paternity? Why was this a problem?

  • What is term for when a child is free from the legal custody and control of their parents?


Final jeopardy

Final jeopardy

  • Your question comes from the chapter on Separation, Divorce, and Custody

  • Place your bets!!

  • Here is your final jeopardy question:

  • At one time in this country, you could only get divorced if one spouse could prove the other spouse did something wrong. What are the 4 typical grounds for divorce in this system? Explain!


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