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Does an employee qualify for intermittent fmla for a child that they are a De Facto Parent

FMLA statutes allow eligible employees to take continuous or intermittent FMLA leave to care for a child for whom they stand in loco parentis. In loco parentis refers to an individual who has assumed the parental responsibilities for the child and who has provided either financial support or care for the child. Employers may request reasonable documentation of the family relationship and the specific facts of each case will determine whether or not the employee stood in loco parentis and thus whether or not he/she qualified to take FMLA to care for the child.

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