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Adoption law handbook : practice, resources, and forms for family law professionals

Author: Jennifer Fairfax; American Bar Association. Section of Family Law.
Publisher: Chicago : American Bar Association, Section of Family Law, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : CD for computer : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Adoption is a process that can require both time and patience. This guide helps you efficiently handle all steps in an adoption case, from consultation through finalization. Jennifer Fairfax, an experienced adoption attorney covers the primary types of adoption, both domestic and international, and examines the full range of issues impacting the adoption process, including the Interstate Compact on the Placement of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: CD-ROMs
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Fairfax; American Bar Association. Section of Family Law.
ISBN: 9781614381150 1614381151 9781614381167 161438116X
OCLC Number: 743432645
Description: xviii, 479 pages : forms ; 23 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Adoption overview --
Client intake, advice, and consultations --
Home study --
Domestic private agency adoption --
Public agency adoptions --
Independent adoption --
Interstate compact on placement of children --
Biological fathers --
Consent, relinquishment, and termination of parental rights --
Second-parent or co-parent adoptions --
Post-adoption contact agreements (PACA) --
Indian Child Welfare Act --
Stepparent adoptions --
Cost and financing --
Adult adoption --
Open adoption records --
Disruption and dissolution --
Failure of disclosure and tort of wrongful adoption.
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Adoption is a process that can require both time and patience. This guide helps you efficiently handle all steps in an adoption case, from consultation through finalization. Jennifer Fairfax, an experienced adoption attorney covers the primary types of adoption, both domestic and international, and examines the full range of issues impacting the adoption process, including the Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children, special needs, adult, and stepparent adoptions, financing and tax issues, open records, and wrongful adoption.

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