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Adoption Eligibility Basics: Who May Place A Child for Adoption
Adoption Eligibility Basics: Who May Place A Child for Adoption

Generally speaking, any individual or entity that has the legal right to make decisions on behalf of a child or regarding the child’s care may place that child for adoption . Individuals who have this right typically include: birth parents, legal guardians, guardian ad ...

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Blog posts in July, 2015

  • Adoption Eligibility Basics: Who May Be Adopted?

    The adoption of a child is permitted in every state. In some states, the adoption of an adult is allowed (under certain circumstances). Arizona is one ...

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  • Adoption Eligibility Basics: Who May Adopt

    In order for an adoption to take place, the child up for adoption must be placed in the home of a person or family that is eligible to adopt. State ...

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  • Summer Parenting, Visitation and Legal Decision Making

    It’s not surprising that divorced parents have an increased number of disagreements when it comes to summer parenting schedules. This is particularly ...

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  • The Adoption Process: What Birth Parents Should Know About Adoption

    A parent’s rights are among some of the most protected by law in the U.S. A parent must consent to adoption before their child is placed with another ...

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  • Challenges of Adopting a Foster Child Across State Lines

    It shouldn’t be difficult to bring the love of a family into the life of a foster child, but when it comes to interstate adoptions there are ...

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  • How To Adopt a Child Living in Another State

    Sometimes children who are available for adoption find permanent families living in other states. The adoption process can reach across state lines; ...

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  • Common Myths About Adoption

    A lot of the information people have about adoption comes from popular media sources our their own personal experience with other children who were ...

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  • How to Determine Paternity

    It’s important to know the ins and outs of the state laws when attempting to establish paternity . According to Arizona state law, establishing ...

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  • Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage Rights Nationwide

    In 1971, Baker v. Nelson , a case that went to the Minnesota Supreme Court, ruled that a state law prohibiting same-sex marriage did not violate any ...

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