Can an adoption be contested?

Answer yes

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If Adoption was Conducted Ethically would there be less Contested Adoptions?

Dear Heather,I agree completely with JennaBean. The "business" ($) of facilitating adoption will never be ethical. There is nothing "ethical" about making money off of the "trading" of human beings... Read More »

Will two or more adoption financial assistance organizations work together on one adoption case so that all of the adoption costs are covered or is help limited to aid from one company per adoption?

No, you can only use one agency per adoption and I would recommend you do so.There are banks, however, that will work with the financial assistance organizations and can provide you low or no inter... Read More »

What is a contested divorce?

Divorces represent some of the most contentious and emotional of all legal proceedings. In some instances, the parties are able to negotiate a settlement of the issues of their divorce cases. Other... Read More »

How many wills are contested?

In Alexander Bove's "The Complete Book of Wills, Estates & Trusts," he says 99 percent or more of wills go uncontested. Even in the rare case of a protest, the courts usually side with the original... Read More »