Are there laws protecting a biological siblings rights to their parents care against adopted siblings?

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My question, why can't everyone work as a team for the betterment and help of their parents, whether they share similar DNA or not?
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I don't think the law differentiates between adopted and biological children, but it may be you'll need to consult a lawyer if this situation is complicated.

Could you explain your question in a little more detail?
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This sounds more like a question of adult care of offspring than a question of aging care for the adults.

I sense that this situation is a volatile one but that a lot of details haven't been shared that would enable posters to respond more precisely to your question.

However, on the sole issue of "laws", you're asking for someone with legal knowledge of not only Florida but federal statutes, as well as someone who has access to and understands case law - this is what would be necessary to provide a succinct and reliable answer.

I'm guessing there's friction if not resentment between the biological children and the adopted child. Have you tried discussing this with your parents? And what area is the nature of the care issues that concern you? Is there neglect? Abuse?
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