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Adoption

Adoption is a legal process that creates a parent-child relationship between individuals not related by blood. Adoption entitled the adopted child to all privileges like natural child and the original parent transfers all their rights and responsibilities to the adoptive parent.

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Can a covicted felon adopt a child in California the spouse has no record?

yes sorta put it this way i am married to a convicted felon. I live in California and have no record i gained custody of his niece at birth thru fostercare and has had her for almost 18mths. of course i was told no way but contactd lawyer and they said yes the way around it is u adopt the child he signs off on the child. social workers lawyers just have to draw up the papers. he will not have any responsiblity to the child but paper doesnt make him the father everyday daddy does good luck

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Who s your daddy?

my dad name is rick

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Earth Sciences
Microbiology
Genetics

Anything that can live on its own is called?

organism

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What is a child adoption place called?

an adoption agency

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International Adoption

How do I convince my mom to adopt a child?

You don't. Such a decision is hers and hers alone.

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How can a parent disown an adult adopted child?

Disown is not a legal term. If you don't want contact with your child once they are of legal age you don't have to.

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Parenting and Children
Athletes

Is Ahmad Rashad Geoffrey Simmons biological father?

Yes. Geoffery Simmons was born December 31st, 1967 when Ahmad, formerly Bobby Moore) was attending Mt. Tahoma High School in Tacoma, Washington. Bobby had been dating Melody Neal (Geoffery's mother) for 4 years when she became pregnant as a sophomore at Mt. Tahoma. She left school and had Geoffery at an unwed mother's facility in Seattle, Washington where Bobby would visit. Melody gave up custody of their first son through Medina Children's adoption program. She knew she could not raise him on her own with Bobby being offered scholarship from prestigious universities for his athletic skills. She would regret this greatly and spend the rest of her life earching for her son yet finding him to no avail before she passed from cancer in 1991. Her difficulty in finding him was due to sealed court records and reluctance from Bobby not kno wing what they might find after so many years.

Geoffery was born at Swedish Hospital in Seattle. Geoffery is officially Melody Neal and Bobby Moore's (now Ahmad Rashad's) first son.

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Adopt me?

eat doookie beach

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Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages

Is Alec Konkle Up for adoption?

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Has anyone adopted from foster care?

Lots of people have adopted from foster care.

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Birth Certificates

How do you find out who your biological father is when your mother won't tell you and his name is not on your birth certificate?

Well, this is going to take some detective work. First thing is to ask questions of those in the know how. Who was your mother close to at the time of your birth. What places did she go to or work at that time. Ask other family members if they know of anyone. Im positive someone else in the family knows they are just not saying. You can get a DNA test done so you know what the two people who are your biological parents are have for genetic makeup and go from there. Ask your mother one more time about this, she may have a good reason for not wanting to tell you but you do have the right to know who your biological father is. YOu really can't. Unless you have a potential father to gather DNA samples from to be tested, you will never know. Even if someone tells you at this point I would be careful about believing it. You may track down some of your mother's old friends from around the time you were born but this will take some long-term scheming on your part since asking them straight out will probably get a phone call to your mother instead of an answer. Chances are that your monther's friends know who it is though.

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Is there a formal regulated national system that oversees family child care and centerbased care?

in the united states: no, the family/child care systems are state based, not federal.

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Custody

Can a sibling get custody of another sibling?

In some circumstances, yes.

NOTE: Always contact an attorney in your local area to confirm the Laws in your State and jurisdiction and to obtain legal advice.

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Is pet adoption strict with who can adopt a dog?

Some pet adoption groups impose conditions on adoptions such as keeping the pet in a fenced yard or indoors only. Feeding the animal certain foods, attending regular training classes with the pet or even returning the pet should the fit not be the best, could be rules imposed as well.

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Where can a free public records database be conducted?

I found out when I was a child that I am adopted. Now that I'm an adult, I'd like to find my birth parents. What are some places I could search the free public records database?

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Where can I find a record of pet adoption?

It may be difficult for one to track who adopted one's pet. One's best adoption is to call the center that handled the adoption of the pet and ask if they keep records of such information. If one simply put their pet up for adoption and didn't make a record of the adoption, it may be impossible to track.

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What is the highest age limit to adopt kids in California?

If you and your spouse are looking to adopt your first child then the youngest of you can only be a maximum of 45 years older than the child. If you are adopting your second child then the youngest of you can only be 50 years older than the second child.

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How much does it cost to adopt kids from abroad?

Adopting children from abroad is expensive as you have to factor in agency fees as well as travel to the country - it can cost anything up to $30,000. For China the adoption fee alone is $11,360.

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How does a criminal conviction affect ones ability to adopt kids?

A criminal conviction does not necessarily mean that you cannot adopt a child. If your conviction had nothing to do with offenses against children or violence then you would still be able to adopt.

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