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Answer I am sure it is different in each state, but in Michigan I know that you must be married for 6 months before the courts will allow you to adopt your spouse…s kids. I don't believe you can adopt them before marriage.
Answer It all depends where you are located and the laws there as well as your age. Usually you would become a ward of the state at this point.
Some adoption agencies have strict rules about child information releases. In other cases it is very easy for the parent or child to learn each others identity.
If your parents are not your biological parents and have adopted you and made themselves your legal guardians then they would have to have adoption papers or it wouldn't be le…gal.
Do you mean the biological parents? If that what you mean then yes most of the time Parents wish they could see their children and sometimes they'll have their child put in …an Open adoption not a closed one that way when the child is older they can contact the child(ren).
In order for you to be adopted your parents have to give up their parental rights to the state. First then are you up for adoption. It's really hard for older kids to be adopt…ed though. There is already about 500.000 children waiting in the US.
Yes, in most states if she/he is an adult and consents to the adoption. Check the laws in your area for more information. Adult adoptions can be done pro se.
Sometimes I just found out that the male listed on my long form birth certificate is not my father but rather the ex-husband that she was separated from at the time. They di…d not list father if they were not married. In the seventies it was common for the Judge to legally lie on the paperwork, it was stated to me, " it was the times do not take it personally?
My wife and I adopted 2 girls from Fla in 2007 The parents terminated their parental rights. The adoption was completed legally in the courts. Can they now have the adoption reverse?
The parents no. Their rights are taken away. They have no say in what happens to those children. They are not their parents anymore. The courts can only if they find a reason …why you are unfit. If not then no. The parents can sue for custudy as they are the biological parents but living conditions, why the parents gave them up to begin with all these questions will be asked. Utimately it is what is best for the children. $$$
That he's fated to kill his father and marry his mother is the reason why subsequent King Oedipus leaves Corinth and his adoptive parents. But he doesn't know that they're not… his biological father and mother. Initially, he leaves Corinth only temporarily. A rumor goes around that he isn't his parents' real son. So he visits the Delphic Oracle, in an attempt to find out the truth. But the information that he gets about his fate and the non information that he gets about his real parents cause Oedipus to run away. It simply isn't the kind of fate that he wants for himself and his parents.
yes because (in most cases) the adoptive parent iz the legal gaurdian.
No, the one who adopts will be the one who's the guardian of the child.
If you're an only child...maybe they can think about it. If you have little/older brother/sister maybe they won't think about adoption. But if you truly want a baby bro/sis or… just a new sibling in the house, maybe they can think about it.
I would say legally, they could find out from you or government, but I don't think you are required to tell an adopted child who their true parents are...
This depends on the state, and is no different than any other child (unless there is specifically a court order in your case that says otherwise)
What are the rights of an adopted minor who is also a parent and if over sixteen are they legally able to leave there residence with the adoptive parent?
A pregnant minor or one who is already a parent is not emancipated apart from regarding their health or the child. And adopted children are legally like the biological ones to… the adoptive parent. This means you are not emancipated until you are 18 and can only then decide where to go or move.
When a adopted kid turns 18 do they have legal rights to the documents of what happen to them before they were adopted you got documents that are about her when she was with her biological parents?
Yes they have the right to see them since they are legally adults.