Indiana Adoption Laws

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Dana - 4 months ago
The Laws for Adoption, Adopted children etc. are worthless and a waste of Tax Payers Money. Being born in 1963 and adopted by my Father in 1966 the Laws of being treated equal as a Blood child are False. When my Father Passed in 2006, I wasn't told being I lived in another State and found out on my Birthday in 2007. Even after receiving xmas card in 2006 and B'day card 2007 from someone claiming to be him. When asking questions to why I was not told. I was informed by Family Members and Lawyers. I had no rights to be informed because I was adopted by him. So why waste tax payers Money saying we have rights when the Laws in place let's adopted children be mistreated like a stray dog being tossed around and never wanted. Beware Indiana residents, Adoption isn't forever in the State of Indiana #1
jeff - 3 weeks ago
My doughter was on drug .me an there grandpa was taking care of our grandsons that didn't live with there mom an dcs riped them from us did lesson to nothing or I vesogate eny thing my sister got them an that took them from her dcs never asked enyone else in the family that put them up to be open adopted #2
Dawn - 10 months ago
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This is wrong I'm a grandmother of 3 and I was told there was no open adoption in Indiana .now when my grand babies adoption is final I'll never see them again how is that fair to me ? As a grandparent I should be able to see them just because my son don't want too #3
lisa - 9 months ago
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i cant understand why indiana has no grandparent rights. all of us grandparents need to fight to get this changed. we should be able to see and spend time with our grandbabies. and yes cps is a joke and all they want to do is destroy people so they profit from it. #4
judy - 2 years ago
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cps is a joke seen too much too soon.Friends daughter baby was adopted out the girl was a child of 16 drugged an molested by father,father killed mother 6 yrs ago an got by with it,Now to get DNA on dad an baby,we know where baby is,cps will be summoned to court cps gets lots of money for adopting children out an can spend money any way they want,We will win child back an a new law will come it will be called Laurens law.Guarantee you WILL see this some day #5
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