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 Does real parents have to rights to the adopted children?

Answer No. The point of the adoption process is to transfer parental rights.
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If the parents rights are terminated and the children adopted what are the grandparents rights?

If the child was adopted after the parents rights got terminated I do not think that the grand parents have any rights. If the grand parents talked to the family that adopted the child I would thin... Read More »
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How many adopted children go back with their real parents?

"Real" parents are the parents who love and care for a child. So, adoptive parents are a child's real parents. If you are talking about returning to birth parents, this rarely happens. There are ma... Read More »
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What if your adopted parents put unknown parents to the birth certificate do you have the rights of their property?

Is it really necessary for adopted parents to change their adopted children's last names?

When you get adopted you become one of their family and cut the ties with your former family. Most adoptive children never sees their biological parents again so having a strangers last name would ... Read More »
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