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If grandparents or aunts or uncles (even Godparents) come forward the children can be awarded to them if the courts see fit. If no one comes forward the children will become a Ward of the State. This means that they will be the responsibility of that State and will be put up for adoption. Hopefully, someone comes forward.

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