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While child abandonment typically involves physical abandonment -- such as leaving a child at a stranger's doorstep when no one is home -- it may also include extreme cases of emotional abandonment -- such as when a "work-a-holic" parent offers little or no physical contact or emotional support over long periods of time.

Unfortunately, abandoned children (also called "foundlings") who do not get their needs met often grow up with low self-esteem, emotional dependency, helplessness, and other issues.

A person charged with child abandonment may face felony or misdemeanor penalties and other consequences. The term "child abandonment" is broadly categorized and used to describe a variety of behaviors.

Specific examples of child abandonment vary, but common actions that may lead to child abandonment charges may include: Child Abandonment Laws Child abandonment laws vary from state to state.

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In general, child abandonment occurs when: In the criminal context, child abandonment is defined as physically abandoning a child, but may also include emotional abandonment such as failing to provide the necessary needs to a child.Many states include child abandonment within its child abuse laws and vice versa, while some states have laws specifically targeting the act of child abandonment.Most states classify child abandonment as a felony, which may include situations where a parent or guardian physically abandons a child in any place with the intent of relinquishing all rights and responsibilities to the child.Below, you'll find explanations of the most common types of neglect.Child abandonment occurs when a parent, guardian, or person in charge of a child either deserts a child without any regard for the child's physical health, safety or welfare and with the intention of wholly abandoning the child, or in some instances, fails to provide necessary care for a child living under their roof.