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T or F. The purpose of this policy is to assist servicemembers in developing workable Family Care Plans and establishing procedural requirements and outlining legal options per reference (a). 1
True
T or F. To be effective, Family Care Plans must consider and comply with applicable State and Federal laws governing child custody and parental rights. 1
True
T or F. Family Care Plans
are not subject to court orders addressing child custody or support issues and cannot change, modify, or supersede existing court orders. 1
False, Family Care Plans
are subject to court orders addressing child custody or support issues and cannot change, modify, or supersede existing court orders
T or F. This instruction places no limitations on the lawful
prerogatives of the Department of the Navy (DON) or its
officials. 1
True
T or F. The nature of naval service dictates that servicemembers must be ready to deploy throughout the world on short notice and be able to fully execute their military and professional duties. 2
True
T or F. Thorough planning benefits only the Navy. 2
False, thorough planning benefits both the Navy and servicemember
T or F. Ensuring proper care for the servicemember's minor children and adult family members/dependents does not reduce stress on the servicemember and strengthens a deployable asset for the command. 2
False, ensuring proper care for the servicemember's minor children and adult family members/dependents reduces stress on the servicemember and strengthens a deployable asset for the command.
T or F. Planning to ensure the adequate and proper care of
minor children and adult family members/dependents is important for every servicemember. 2
True
T or F. This planning is especially crucial, however, for single servicemembers with minor children or adult
family members/dependents.
True
T or F. The Family Care Plan is a planning tool. 2
True
T or F. The Family Care Plan is a planning tool and it is not intended to create or modify any existing legal interest or right. 2
True
T or F. The Family Care
Plan may be legally binding on third parties, non-military
personnel, and non-military institutions. 2
False. The Family Care
Plan may not be legally binding on third parties, non-military personnel, and non-military institutions
T or F. Servicemembers are responsible to ensure family
members/dependents are cared for during deployments, reserve mobilizations, and temporary duty, as well as at all other times during which the servicemember is
unavailable. 3
True
T or F. The primary responsibility for initiating and developing a workable Family
Care Plan rests with the LCPO. 3
False, T or F. The primary
responsibility for initiating and developing a workable Family
Care Plan rests with the individual servicemember
T or F. Formal documentation of a servicemembers Family Care Plan is required when a servicemember with primary or shared physical custody of a minor child or children who is not married to the other natural or adoptive parent of the minor child or children. 3
True
T or F. Formal documentation of a servicemembers Family Care Plan is required when both members of a married dual military couple where
one or both have primary or shared physical custody of a minor child or children. 3
True
T or F. Formal documentation of a servicemembers Family Care Plan is required when
servicemembers who are
not legally responsible for an
adult family member who is incapable of providing for themselves in the absence of the servicemember. 3
False, servicemembers who are legally responsible for an
adult family member who is incapable of providing for themselves in the absence of the servicemember.
T or F. Formal documentation of a servicemembers Family Care Plan is required when family circumstances or other personal status changes may result in a servicemember becoming legally and primarily responsible for the care of another person and necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan. 3
True
T or F. The necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan is needed in the case of birth, adoption, or guardianship of a minor
child or children. 3
True
T or F. The necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan is not needed in the case of the Loss of a spouse through death, separation or divorce, or spouse's injury or illness of such a nature that the
spouse is unable to care for minor children or adult family
members/dependents. 4
False, The necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan is needed in the case of the Loss of a spouse through death, separation or divorce, or spouse's injury or illness of such a nature that the
spouse is unable to care for minor children or adult family
members/dependents. 4
T or F. The necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan is needed during an enlistment (or commissioning) in any military service (active duty or reserve component) by a spouse resulting in a dual military couple with minor children or adult family
members/dependents. 4
True
T or F. The necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan is needed when the assumption of legal responsibility for the sole
care for an elderly, disabled, or chronically sick family member
who is unable to care for themselves in the absence of the member. 4
True
T or F. The necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan is needed when extended, recurring, or other absence of a civilian spouse through career/job commitments or personal
reasons which, in the opinion of the Commanding Officer (CO), may impact on the servicemember's deployability. 4
True
T or F. The necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan is needed when A family member who has a limited command of the local language or is unable to drive or otherwise gain access to
basic life-sustaining facilities. 4
True
T or F. Servicemembers and their families who are assigned
to an isolated location and/or family members/dependents who have limited language or communication skills in the country of residence do not require a Family Care Plan. 4
False, they do require a Family Care Plan
T or F. The Family Care Plan shall designate only one caregiver who agree to provide for the servicemember's minor children and/or adult family
members/dependents. 4
False, The Family Care Plan shall designate one or more
caregivers who agree to provide for the servicemember's minor children and/or adult family
members/dependents.
What is NAVPERS 1740/6? (pg 4)
NAVPERS 1740/6, Department of the Navy Family Care Plan Certificate
What is NAVPERS 1740/7? (pg 4)
NAVPERS 1740/7 Family Care
Plan Arrangements
T or F. NAVPERS 1740/6 and NAVPERS 1740/7 shall be used to document the Family Care. 4
Plan
True
T or F. By signing NAVPERS 1740/6 and NAVPERS 1740/7 forms, the servicemember, the natural or adoptive parent(s) or other person with legal interest in the custody of the minor child, and the caregiver acknowledge receipt of a copy of the Family Care Plan and the caregiver agrees to provide for the minor children or adult family member of the servicemember per the Family Care Plan. 4
True
Who shall submit the forms listed below through the chain of command as part of the Family Care Plan package. 4
The member
T or F. NAVPERS 1740/6 includes a statement that the
caregiver has been thoroughly briefed on the needs and requirements of the persons in question and the location of
important papers, military facilities, services, benefits and
entitlements of the family members. 4
True
T or F. NAVPERS 1740/6 shall be signed by the servicemember only. 5
False. NAVPERS 1740/6 shall be signed by both the caregiver(s), the servicemember, and where possible other party(ies) legally entitled to custody of the children or family members/ dependents
T or F. Where the signature of the other party(ies) who are legally entitled to custody of the children or family members/dependents is not obtained, the reason for the
absence of the signature does not need to be noted on the form. 5
False, where the signature of the other party(ies) who are legally entitled to custody of the children or family members/dependents is not obtained, the reason for the
absence of the signature shall be noted on the form
T or F. A new NAVPERS 1740/6 is required when a Family Care Plan is updated unless the caregiver, or the
conditions under which the caregiver will provide care, have
changed. 5
False, a new NAVPERS 1740/6 will not normally be required when a Family Care Plan is updated unless the caregiver, or the conditions under which the caregiver will provide care, have changed
T or F. A copy of all general power of attorneys (enclosure ( 2 ) ) prepared for the caregiver shall be included with the NAVPERS 1740/6. (pg 5)
False, a copy of all powers of attorney (enclosure ( 2 ) )
prepared for the caregiver shall be included with the NAVPERS
1740/6.
T or F. A copy of all legal documents relating to the
persons subject to the Family Care Plan, including executed
custody or separation agreements, custody and support orders, divorce decrees, and other related documents shall not be included with the statement. 5
False, A copy of all legal documents relating to the
persons subject to the Family Care Plan, including executed
custody or separation agreements, custody and support orders, divorce decrees, and other related documents shall be included
with the statement.
T or F. The Family Care Plan shall include written provisions
for short-term absences (e.g., Temporary Additional Duty requirements, pre-deployment workups, training exercises, and periods of annual training or short-term involuntary recall for inactive reservists). 5
True
T or F. The Family Care Plan shall include written provisions
for long-term absences (e.g., deployments, unaccompanied
tours, and periods of long-term involuntary recall for inactive
reservists). 5
True
T or F. At the discretion of the CO, other kinds of absences
(e.g., normal/extended working hours, watches, weekend duty) shall include written provisionsin the Family Care Plan. 5
True
Whos decision should take into account the individual
member's level of responsibility? 5
The CO's
T or F. The Family Care Plan shall include written provision on arrangements for the financial wellbeing of family
members/dependents covered by the Family Care Plan during
separations. 5
True
Arrangements for the financial wellbeing of family members/ dependents covered by the Family Care Plan during
separations should include what? 6
Power(s) Of Attorney, allotments, the review of any child support orders or other
appropriate means to ensure the self-sufficiency and financial security of family members/dependents
Assistance with financial arrangements and planning can be obtained from what four sources? 6
Command Financial Specialists, Fleet and Family Support Centers (FFSCs),
Legal Assistance Offices, and the Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society
T or F. Drilling ready reservists are not authorized to request assistance through the Legal Assistance Office or the local Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC). 6
False, drilling ready reservists may request assistance
through the Legal Assistance Office or the local Navy
Operational Support Center (NOSC).
Servicemembers should
provide support for family members/dependents per reference (b) article ___-__ (pg 6)
Servicemembers should
provide support for family members/dependents per reference (b) article 1754-030
T or F. Use of allotments is not strongly encouraged and
may be arranged through the member's financial institution and the local disbursing office. 6
True, use of allotments is strongly encouraged and
may be arranged through the member's financial institution and the local disbursing office
T or F. The Family Care Plan shall include written provisions
for arrangements of financial, medical, and legal support necessary to ensure continuity of care for family members/ dependents. 6
True
T or F. The Family Care Plan shall not include written provisions for relocation, if necessary, of the caregiver and/or family to a new location and the financial, medical, and legal arrangements necessary to ensure continuity of care of family members/dependents during the movement. 6
False, the Family Care Plan shall include written provisions for relocation, if necessary, of the caregiver and/or family to a new location and the financial, medical, and legal arrangements necessary to ensure continuity of care of family members/dependents during the movement.
T or F. Relocation arrangements must provide for the financial support necessary to transport the family or caregiver to a designated location if government transportation is not authorized. 6
True
T or F. Consideration of a non-military escort for family members/ dependents requiring assistance such as infants, children, or elderly disabled adults, should not be outlined when personal family considerations dictate. 6
False. Consideration of a non-military escort for family
members/dependents requiring assistance such as infants,
children, or elderly disabled adults, should be outlined when
personal family considerations dictate
T or F. Relocation of minor child(ren) may violate civil and
criminal laws if the act of relocation interferes with the
legally established custody and/or visitation rights of natural or adoptive parents or others with a legal right to visit the child(ren). 6
True
T or F. Many school systems and childcare facilities will accept a power of attorney for enrollment. 6
False, many school systems and childcare facilities will not accept a power of attorney for enrollment
T or F. If minor children are relocated and will be enrolled in a new school or childcare facility, such institutions may require a court order to establish proper custody of the child(ren). 6
True
The Family Care Plan shall include written provisions
for alternate caregiver(s) in the event the primary caregiver(s) becomes unable to perform duties under the Family
Care Plan. 6
True
T or F. The Family Care Plan shall include written provisions
for verification of consent from all natural and adoptive parents and other legal custodians regarding the planned designation of custody or guardianship of a minor child or written documentation that reasonable efforts have been made
to obtain such consent. 7
True
T or F. In the alternative, proof of a court order reflecting the planned designation is acceptable. 7
True
T or F. Where a separation agreement, court order, or divorce decree addressing
child custody and support issues is in force, the Family Care Plan should not be consistent with such court agreement, order, or decree. 7
False, Where a separation agreement, court order, or divorce decree addressing
child custody and support issues is in force, the Family Care Plan should be consistent with such court agreement, order, or decree
Assistance for crisis/ disaster situations and developing this portion of the plan can be found where? 7
From the FFSC and/ or the American Red Cross website: www.redcross.org
T or F. The Family Care Plan shall include written provisions
for any other information deemed necessary by the CO or the servicemember that would be needed by the command to execute
the servicemember's Family Care Plan in the absence of the
servicemember. 7
True
T or F. All persons required under this instruction to complete a Family Care Plan shall designate a person who, in the event of their death or incapacity, will assume temporary responsibility
for their minor children until a natural or adoptive parent or
legal guardian assumes custody either by order of a court of competent jurisdiction or operation of law. 7
True
T or F. The name, address, and telephone number(s) of the person so designated shall be recorded on NAVPERS 1070/602, Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data Remarks section, and on NAVPERS 1740/6. pg.7
True
What is NAVPERS 1070/ 602? pg.7
Dependency Application/ Record of Emergency Data Remarks
What is NAVPERS 1740/ 6? pg. 7
Department of the Navy
Family Care Plan Certificate
T or F. This temporary designation is not a substitute for the appointment of a legal guardian in a will. 7
True
T or F. If the other natural or adoptive parent is living, that person, in most cases, will assume custody of the minor children. 7
True
T or F. Where should servicemembers seek advice regarding designating a
guardian in the member's will? 7
From a Legal Assistance Office
T or F. In the event of the servicemember's death or incapacity, powers of attorney and the Family Care Plan will not serve to advise family members/dependents of the servicemember's intentions. 7
False, in the event of the servicemember's death or incapacity, powers of attorney and the Family Care Plan will only serve to advise family members/dependents of the servicemember's intentions.&
T or F. Powers of Attorney are effective in addressing
custody matters where the principal is deceased or incapacitated. 7
False, Powers of Attorney are ineffective in addressing
custody matters where the principal is deceased or
incapacitated
T or F. Servicemembers should plan for this contingency in testamentary documents and through other legal action as may be necessary to confirm their expectations and directives
regarding custody of their child(ren) in the event of the
servicemember's death or incapacity. 7
True
T or F. Military mothers of newborns shall be deferred from travel away from the home station for how how many months following the
delivery? 8
4 months
T or F. This provision is to assist the servicemember in developing a Family Care Plan and to establish a pattern of
childcare. 8
True
T or F. Single servicemembers or one servicemember of a
military couple who adopt a child shall receive the same
consideration for 4 months following the date the child is
placed in the home as part of the formal adoption process per
reference (a) pg 8
True
Similarly, reserve component servicemembers shall be deferred from involuntary recall to active duty for how many months following delivery or adoption placement? 8
4 months from involuntary recall to active duty
T or F. The deferment is terminated if the servicemember gives up custody of the child or voluntarily cancels the deferment in writing. 8
True