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 Why would a mother give her child up for adoption?

Answer Because they realize they are not capable of caring for an infant at that particular time of their life. Perhaps they are not financially able, or not in good health, or any number of legitimate re... Read More »
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Can the mother give a child for adoption with out notifying the father?

I don't see why not. When two people marry, the women sometimes wants to keep her maiden name but also take his name, so she takes both last names and hyphens them. Or I have even seen a single mom... Read More »
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Can a mother give her child up for adoption without the father's consent?

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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Could a biological mother regain custody rights of a child she gave up for adoption if the mother claimed she was mentally ill at the time?

i don,t know if state laws are different, but in my state if the father is alive he has to waive his parental rights if he has any. or if you can't get him to do that and you atleast want her lastn... Read More »
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If a mother tries to give her baby up for adoption but and the father wants the baby then the mother changes her mind will she get custody?

If you were born in California, there is a free reunion registry for adoptees and biological birth family members including birthmother, birthfather, and birthsiblings to locate each other and reun... Read More »
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