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 In ks could a 16 year old get adopted by another family if both are bad?

Answer This is called an open adoption. It allows the biological parents to select the adoptive parents and to be involved in their child's life after the adoption.The level of openness is agreed on befor... Read More »
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Would you have an accurate family tree if you added an adopted person who is not related to you by blood or genes from your ascendants and did not report them as an adopted member of the family?

You would have an accurate tree regardless of whether you indicated the adoption of not. Legally they are treated as if they were of blood.
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Is it possible for a 20-year-old male whose parents have passed away to be adopted by the wonderful family he is currently living with if he has no other known relatives?

Adult adoption varies from state to state, but many states allow adult adoption. Check with your state Department of Children and Families and see if they have guidelines or visit the family court ... Read More »
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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?

The court will want the name and last known address of the father. They will post a Notice in the local paper where he supposedly lives. If he doesn't respond within the time limit the adoption can... Read More »
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Does an adopted child have any say in who their adoptive parents will be For example may a teen in foster care who is going to be adopted decide if heshe wants to live with this new family?

Yes, when the family appeals in court the child gets the choice to say accept or deny this family.
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