In adoption, the NMoms rights are terminated. She has no power or say towards the child she relinquished.
No other parent has that right to remove their name from the childs certificate of birth. Why should “birthparents,” whose parental rights were terminated decades ago, (to a now adult adoptee) have different rights and rules?
Answer by mcginnisc at 8:52 AM on Jan. 5, 2011
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Answer by Anonymous at 5:33 AM on Jan. 5, 2011
I think I agree on this ....... If I had a baby which for some reason I couldn't take care of in the way I should and I gave it up for adoption that would take a way my legal rights for ever. BUT; that doesn't mean you'll never wonder about the healtbeing of that child, because that might stay with you for ever. You might have the wish to meet the child later in life because feeling keeps playing up, but it's up to the child (now probably adult) if they want to do so!
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