My sister just gave birth to a baby boy, she is currently in the court room giving him up for adoption. I know who the father is and I told him. Two or more months ago he sent a letter to the courts and her adoption attorney stating that he had reason to believe he was the father and wanted a DNA test done. I have reason to believe her attorney is ignoring the letter. He called the courts and was declined enterance into the court room via phone..... but the letter he sent is being submitted to the judge. If the adoption goes through can he still fight for the child or has he lost it forever??Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 12:25 PM on Mar. 4, 2009 in Adoption
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Answer by PortAngeles1969 at 1:32 PM on Mar. 4, 2009
It happened here in Michigan a number of years ago. A girl was adopted and the Bmom had named a guy on the birth certificate that wasn't the bdad. The bdad later came back and sued for custody of the little girl and won. The girl was like 3 or 4. This was a little over 12 years ago. It happened right before I placed my daughter.
In my case, the bdad had been contacted and knew about the adoption. He also wanted a DNA test and wrote letters to the court. The judge read these letters into record (the bdad didn't show because of car trouble) and decided to terminate his rights.
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