California Adoption Laws

  • Currently 1/5 Stars.
You may use the stars on the left to rate and leave feedback for the current article. No registration is required. Waiting for 5 votes 1.0 of 5 stars (1 votes) — Thanks for your vote

Please fill out the following optional information before submitting your rating:

Full Text of State Laws

Visitor Comments (5)
Adding your comments contributes to the adoption community. Please keep all comments on topic and civil. Visitors are invited to comment and vote for or flag comments based on appropriateness and helpfulness. All comments must adhere to our commenting rules and are subject to moderation.
Guest - 3 years ago
0 1 2
Once a child is adopted the state won't take the child back because of a dui. No one is going to interfer #1
val - 2 years ago
0 0 0
OK so my grandmother adopted my cousin form my biological mother's side of the family and she is 80 years old and is have problems with him. She wants to give him up to the state because he is out of hand and uncontrollable and it is getting worse. He has tried to hit her and I fear that it will only get worse and she will be the one to get in trouble because of his behavior, attitude and the fact that he does not want to go to school. Is there anyway that he can be given back to the state even though she adopted him. I mean I fear for her life and the stress he is putting on her along with the fact that she has to take care of her heath. Please can anyone give me some advice, we have tried calling the police but all they do is talk to him. #2
Kim - 3 years ago
0 0 2
I have a question. If both an adoptive mother and father want to adopt a child through the county in which they live, and one of the parents has only a 5th grade education, can they be denied rights to adopt a child in Ca.? Thank you. #3
Debby - 5 months ago
0 0 0
If grandparents have a court order allowing visitation with granddaughter in Nevada and another grandparent adopts the child in California, if the Nevada order for g.p. visitation recognized by California cts? #4
cesar Cervantes - 3 years ago
1 0 0
I will be moving in with my girlfriend. She has a adopted daughter. I have a d.u.i will that affect her being able to keep her daughter? #5
Settings Help Feedback
Template Settings
Width: 1024     1280
Choose a Location:
Choose a Theme: