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What are the legal obligations for a family that re-homes an internationally adopted child with another family under temporary custody with intention to adopt and the new family changes their mind?

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How do you adopt a child who is a member of your family?

In the case of a kinship adoption, which is generally done with the consent of the parties, you should contact an attorney who specializes in adoptions. States have various la

Can an adopted child get married to a member of their adopted family?

As adopted the adoptive family becomes like your biological one so you can not marry the immediate family since that would legally be incest, but many states and countries all

Once family adopts can biological parents change mind?

Answer:  An adoption is not allowed until rights of the child have been signed away and then there is usually a 10 to 30 day period the natural parents can change their

What is adoptive family?

an adoptive family is a family that adopts a child or children of they or same gender or if their spouse can not conceive

Can a parsi family adopt a parsi child?

Of course - not sure why this question arise in the first place. A caring parent needs a child and the child looks upon someone for support - the parent. Then where is there r

How do you adopt a child on virtual families?

Adoption is random and it is rare to adopt. But if you're lucky, a baby will appear on your doorstep. For my sister, the neighbors had a baby appear on their doorstep and t

How do you adopts child in virtual families?

I don't think you can adopt a child..... But sometimes a little messege will pop up on your screen and say that there is a little kid that knocked on your door and you can ado

Am 14 an adopted can you get adopted by another family?

As a prospective adoptive parent, who has taken all the classes and done all the research, I will answer this as best as I can. The short answer is, no. If when you were adopt