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New York Adoption Laws After a Child Is 18 Years Old

by: Mary MacIntosh

Even after a child has reached the age of majority, meaning he no longer needs a guardian to navigate the adult world, he may still wish to be adopted. Adult adoption formalizes the family ties between two adults, while also conferring legal ...
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Do It Yourself: Step-Parent Adoption

by Anna Green

How to Adopt a Step Child in Washington

by Amanda Bell

How to Adopt a Relative's Child in Michigan

by Tiffany Raiford

How to Adopt a Child without Using an Agency

by: Contributor

Although many families do not realize it, it is not necessary to go through an adoption agency in order to adopt a child. These adoptions, called independent adoptions, are legal in every U.S. state except Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, and ...
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Do it Yourself Adoption Papers

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California Grandparents Adoption Rights & Laws

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Stepparent Adoption Rights in New York State

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Stepparent Adoption Requirements in Indiana

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Legal Rights of an Adopted Child

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Michigan Step Parent Adoption Laws

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How to Legally Give Up Your Baby to a Friend Without Adoption

After the birth, a parent can give up physical and legal custody of her baby without permanently severing all parental rights, like an adoption ...

How to Obtain Adoption Records in Oklahoma

by: Lindsay Kramer

Oklahoma adoption records can be obtained through the Adoption Reunion Registry of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. Groups that can access adoption records include adult adoptees, adoptive guardians of children under the age of 18, birth ...
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How to Find Someone Who Was Given Up by Adoption

by Sharon Guy

Michigan Law on Adoption of Grandchildren

by Melissa Gagnon

How to File for Adoption of a Grandchild in a Texas Court

by Marcelle Greene Edins J.D.

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