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Form 15-A page 1 D.R.L. §114 Form 15-A (Application for Certified Copy of Adoption Order Before sealing of records)

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Form 15-A page 1 D.R.L. §114 Form 15-A (Application for Certified Copy of Adoption Order Before sealing of records)

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Adoption-Order Directing Service of Notice

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Form 3 (Adoption-Order Directing Service of Notice)

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Form 2-G (Extrajudicial Consent -Birth or legal Parent — Private-placement)

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Form 2-G (Extrajudicial Consent -Birth or legal Parent — Private-placement)

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Judicial Consent of Birth or Legal Parent to Adoption by Step-Parent

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If you want to adopt a stepchild, you must have the consent (or agreement) of both your spouse and the child’s other parent (the noncustodial parent) unless that parent has abandoned the child. By giving his or her consent, the noncustodial parent gives up all rights and responsibilities, including child support.

Form 2-Fa Judicial Consent of Birth or Legal Parent to Adoption by Step-Parent

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Adoption Form 1-G Order Regarding Venue

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Venue is in the county where the adopted person resides, the petitioner resides or is in military service, or the agency having custody is located. The court may transfer, stay, or dismiss the adoption proceeding if it is in the interest of substantial justice that the case be heard in another judicial district.

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Adoption Form 1-F Determination of Family Court Judge Regarding Venue

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Adoption Form 1-F DETERMINATION OF FAMILY COURT JUDGE REGARDING VENUE

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Petition for Adoption – Form 1-C

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This form tells the judge about the child to be adopted and the parents wishing to adopt. You can request a name change for the child if desired. If a stepparent is adopting, the parent and the stepparent must both fill out the papers and sign them as co-petitioners. States the legal basis on which you think you should be able to adopt this child, why the court has jurisdiction to grant the adoption, your qualifications to adopt this child and the name that you want to be given to your child when the requested adoption becomes final.

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Adoption Form 1-B

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Adoption Form 1-B

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Family Legal Documents

Form 22 ( Certification As Qualified Adoptive Parent)

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Form 22 ( Certification As Qualified Adoptive Parent)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 21-E ( Temporary Guardianship)

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Form 21-E ( Temporary Guardianship)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 16- A (Application for Certified Copy of Adoption Order- After sealing of records)

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Form 16- A (Application for Certified Copy of Adoption Order- After sealing of records)

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Family Legal Documents

Adoption Form 14 (Certificate of Adoption)

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Adoption Form 14 (Certificate of Adoption)

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Form 10-B (Supplemental Affidavit Private-Placement)

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Form 10-B (Supplemental Affidavit Private-Placement)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 9-B ( Affidavit of Financial Disclosure – Parents – Private-Placement)

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Form 9-B( Affidavit of Financial Disclosure – Parents -Private-Placement)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 9-A ( Affidavit of Financial Disclosure – Parents – Agency)

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Form 9-A ( Affidavit of Financial Disclosure – Parents – Agency)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 8-A (Adoption– Affidavit Identifying Party-Agency)

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Form 8-A (Adoption– Affidavit Identifying Party-Agency)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 2-Ga (Extrajudicial Consent Birth or Legal Parent – Private-Placement Step-parent)

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Form 2-Ga (Extrajudicial Consent Birth or Legal Parent – Private-Placement Step-parent)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 2-F Judicial Consent Birth or Legal Parent – Private-Placement)

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Form 2-F Judicial Consent Birth or Legal Parent – Private-Placement)

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Form 2-E Affidavit and Consent – Person Having Custody Private-Placement)

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Form 2-E Affidavit and Consent – Person Having Custody Private-Placement)

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Family Legal Documents

Consent of Child – Private Placement – Family Law

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Form 2-D: In an agency adoption, the foster care agency or the private adoption agency consents to the adoption of the child in its care and guardianship. If the child is 14 years old or older, the child must also consent to the adoption. Private placement is when a parent surrenders his or her child, usually when the child is a baby, to a private adoption agency. The agency then finds adoptive parents and works with them to adopt the child.

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Family Legal Documents

Adoption Form 2-C (Consent of Child- Agency)

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Adoption Form 2-C (Consent of Child- Agency)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 2-B ( Agreement of Adoption Private-Placement)

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Form 2-B ( Agreement of Adoption Private-Placement)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 2-A (Agreement of Adoption and Consent — Agency)

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Form 2-A (Agreement of Adoption and Consent — Agency)

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Family Legal Documents

Adoption Form 1-E (Affirmation Regarding Venue)

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Adoption Form 1-E (Affirmation Regarding Venue)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 1-D( Child’s Medical History – Agency or Private-Placement)

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Form 1-D( Child’s Medical History – Agency or Private-Placement)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 1-Ca ( Affidavit – Change of Circumstance)

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Form 1-Ca ( Affidavit – Change of Circumstance)

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Family Legal Documents

Form 1-A ( Adoption Petition-Agency)

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Form 1-A ( Adoption Petition-Agency)

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Family Legal Documents

Request/Response for Name and/or Address of Father of Child Born out of Wedlock

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REQUEST/RESPONSE FOR NAME AND/OR ADDRESS OF FATHER OF CHILD BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK

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Order for Child Protective Inquiry – Family Law

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A child protection order is a type of court order that is issued by a judge for the purposes of protecting a child from instances of child abuse, or from exposure to domestic violence. This is to protect the child from exposure to further harm. Sometimes, they are referred to as CPO’s, or orders of protection. A child protection plan is a plan drawn up by the local authority. It sets out how the child can be kept safe, how things can be made better for the family and what support they will need.

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