Relatives of the adopted child whether biological or through the adoptive parents are given the opportunity to become the minor child's guardian. If there is an estate a Guardian Ad Litem will be appointed to represent the minor child. If there is family member able to fill the position then the court declares the minor child a ward of the state and and again appoint a Guardian Ad Litem (attorney) to oversee the minor's financial and personal welfare. The GAL with permission from the court will make the decision as to whom shall retain custody of the minor child and where said child will reside and how his or her finances should be handled until he or she reaches the age of majority.
the sibling that hasn't been adopted normally would have the rite to go and see their adopted sibling but it is up to the adoptive parents, social workers advise the adopted parents to allow the siblings to stay in contact but at the end of the day it is up the the adoptive parents to deside,
Poe had no adoptive parents as he was never adopted. John and Frances Allan were his foster parents.John Allen
adoptive parents is like a new mother and father is are adopted don't feel that your adoptive parents are taking over your birth parents.... foster carers get a lot of money to look after you but adoptive parents only get the money normal parents have e.g, child benefits hope this information helps you xx
Other adoptive siblings, other natural siblings?
Money for what? You inherit your adoptive parents not your birth parents.
Only if your adoptive parents allow it. At 18 you can do as you wish.
As long as the child is a minor it's entirely up to the adoptive parents. When the child is an adult you can contact them but just make sure they know they are adopted first. Try to work with the adoptive parents for best result.
it is never necessary for adoptive parents to change their children's names.
If you were adopted, your birth certificate was modified so that your adoptive parents are listed as your parents. If you are wondering how to learn the identity of your birth parents, start with contacting the agency through which you were adopted.
Adoptive parent. Once a child has been adopted, his adoptive parents are his parents, period. It is as though he had been born to them. He no longer has ANY legal relationship to his birth parents; he has no claim on them nor they on him.
yes because (in most cases) the adoptive parent iz the legal gaurdian.
Once a person is adopted, all legal rights between the biological parents and their child are severed. An adopted child has no legal right to choose to live with their biological parents. The adoptive parents could informally agree to allow the biological parents to have custody of the child but there can be all kinds of legal ramifications that flow from that, especially if the biological parents do not want to give the child back and the adoptive parents want physical custody back.
If the child was adopted the grand parents have no rights. It would be up to the adoptive parents whether any relationship could be maintained.
Yes, there are situations where a child can be taken from his/her parents, when they are found to be unfit parents and/or are harming the child, then placed in the foster care system and eventually adopted out.
Only of the adoptive parents allow her to.
There is usually not much a mother can do to see her children she adopted out to family members if the new parents don't want to allow it. Once a child has been adopted, the adoptive parents have complete say in who the child does or doesn't see. It might help to talk to the adoptive parents to try to arrange a meeting.
Real: David, and Elizabeth Poe. Foster: John and Frances Allan. Poe was never legally adopted by the Allans, therefore he had no adoptive parents.
No! Once a child is adopted they are legally the child of the adoptive parents. The only way that child could be a step-child is if the adoptive parents divorce and the custodial parent re-marries. Then the child becomes a step-child to the new parent.
No. Age of majority is the same whether you are adopted or not and this means you cannot move unless you are 18 or have your adoptive parents consent.
You cannot give up their rights. If you're being abused by your adoptive parents, you should talk to your therapist, teacher, priest, social worker, etc or call the police.
Presumably because your adoptive parents wanted a child. If you want specific details you would need to ask them.
This happens differently in different versions. In the older stories- both of his adoptive parents pass away before he sets out to be on his own. Then it started being where his adoptive father passed away and his adoptive mother would be around for a few more years. Now it usually is where both of his adoptive parents are still around to the present while he is Superman.
If the child was adopted for real there should be papers signed by birth- and adoptive parents. The birth certificate is sometimes changed by the adoptive parents but not always. If the child was just handed to a relative and nothing was singed or they did not go to court for child support or there was no temporary custody signed, it gets trickier. Eye witnesses and people around could testify.