Oregon Who may adopt? Any person as long as at least one party in the proceeding is a resident of Oregon. Consent for adoption to be executed? Not addressed in statutes reviewed. Revocation of consent? Consent may not be revoked unless fraud or duress is proved with respect to any material... Oregon Adoption Laws
Access to Adoption Records Who May Access Information Citation: Ann. Stat. §§ 109.455; 109.500 The voluntary adoption registry may be used to obtain identifying information by the following persons:A birth parent An adult adoptee An adult birth sibling The adoptive parent of a... Louisiana Adoption Laws
Access to Adoption Records Who May Access Information Citation: Ch. Code Art. 1126; 1270 The voluntary adoption registry may be used by:The adoptee who is at least age 18 The birth mother and birth father The parents or siblings of a deceased birth parent An adoptive parent of a minor or... Oregon Presumed (Putative) Father Laws
Presumed (Putative) Fathers State-Specific Search Results Oregon Does State have a Putative Father Registry: Yes Registry/Paternity Requirements to Receive Notice Statute: § 109.096 Must file notice of the initiation of filiation proceedings prior to child's being placed in the physical...
Adoption at the Zoo
August 11, 2008, 6:46 pm
Sunday we headed to the Milwaukee Zoo for an adoption celebration. Adoption Resources of Wisconsin hosted a party at the zoo for any adoptive family that wanted to participate.
There was a luncheon, a chance for families to talk, and entertainment, which I think entertained some of the... World AIDS Day
December 1, 2009, 7:47 am
December 1st is recognized as World AIDS Day. You may see red ribbons everywhere and now you know why! Last year I didn't think about World AIDS Day until the actual day. Until April of 2008 AIDS meant nothing to me more than the average nurse: signs and symptoms, ways it is transmitted and... Do You Have to be Religious to Adopt?
September 13, 2008, 7:30 pm
There was a question on one of the forums asking if you have to be religious to adopt. The simple answer is no.
When workers meet with and interview parents, they ask many questions about your family, your home, your marriage, and yes, about religion. The question is not to screen out...