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Answer by adopteeme at 3:01 AM on Nov. 23, 2012
in my state you would have to wait till after she has passed away .Then you would need to present her obit or death certificate to an agency that has the ability to look at OBC or if it is the agency that handled the adoption provide a notarized copy of your DL also then they will contact any children she had to see if they want further contact.
I don't live in Ca. , this may give you a start.It should be in your state statutes.
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