A ward of the state is a child or adult who is in the legal custody of the state. Wards are often adults who are unable to take care of themselves or minor children who do not have a fit legal guardian.
A ward clerk works in medical facilities as an administrator, securing medical records and providing assistance to patients as needed. The main goal of ward clerks is to optimize the patient experience at the medical facility.
An adult ward of the state is an individual, 18 years of age and older, who is deemed incapacitated or incompetent in making decisions due to physical or mental disabilities, according to the Cornell University Law School Legal Information Institute. A judge determines ...
Wards of the state are typically children who become the financial responsibility of the state in which they live because their parents either can't or refuse to continue to have responsibility for them. In some states, however, the phrase "ward of the state" refers to ...
William Arthur Ward was a motivational speaker and author. He is credited with numerous inspirational quotes, such as, "Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long, you miss them." He's the author of the book "Fountains of Faith" and published more than 100 po...
Aaron Montgomery Ward opened Montgomery Ward department store in 1872 as a mail-order company and offered 163 products on a one-page catalog. Due to high sales, the store was mailing out more than 3 million catalogs per year by 1904.
Some books by J.R. Ward include "Dark Lover" and "Lover Eternal," both in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, and "Covet" and "Possession" of the Fallen Angels series. She has also written a standalone book titled "The Story of Son."