Adoption

How does your partner adopt your child with out being married?

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2010-01-27 19:26:31
2010-01-27 19:26:31

I don't think you can. You either has to be single or married to adopt. Just living together is neither. if you are in a samesex relationship and has gone through partnership might be possible though.

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