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First of all, please make sure that this is what you really want. How will this effect your adoptive parents. Were they good to you, and if so, why do you want to get emancipated instead of just meeting your birth mother. You will need to get used to your birth mom, and she to you. I don't know if anyone wins this type of case. I wish you luck in this quest of your.

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Q: I need info on how a minor child can get emancipation from his adopted parents so he can return home to a biological parent who has had rights terminated?
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