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Foster parents

Foster parents

Foster parents and foster caregivers, relatives with custody, and prospective adoptive parents are entitled to receive notice the most hearings concerning children in their care, and to present evidence at hearing. However the notice and opportunity to present evidence does not make these individuals parties to the action or proceeding. However the juvenile court may exercise discretion in determining whether to designate a person an additional party.