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(Taken from the Adoption Glossary)
Putative Father Registry: The majority of the states in the United States provide this type of a public registry, usually administered by the state's Department of Vital Records, where an unmarried man who believes that he is the father of a child, may register and claim to be the father of this... [more]

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Pennsylvania Adoption Laws
Access to Adoption Records Who May Access Information Citation: Cons. Stat. Tit. 23, § 2905 Information may be accessed by: The adoptee who is age 18 or older If the adoptee is under age 18, his or her adoptive parent or legal guardian Access to Nonidentifying Information ...
Indiana
Indiana Who may adopt? A resident of Indiana may adopt. A non-resident may adopt a hard to place child. Husband and wife must petition jointly. Consent for adoption to be executed? Consent may be executed any time after the child's birth. Revocation of consent? Consent may not be...
Unwed Fathers: Preventing Your Infant Child from Being Adopted without Your Consent
Summary An unwed father has no absolute right to veto an adoption, but must take action to preserve his right to veto an adoption. Whether mom is considering adoption or not, you should, as soon as possible, preferably before the birth, (1) formally acknowledge paternity, (2) give the mother...
North Dakota Presumed (Putative) Father Laws
Presumed (Putative) Fathers State-Specific Search Results North Dakota Does State have a Putative Father Registry: No Registry/Paternity Requirements to Receive Notice Statute: 14-17-23; 14-17-24 If mother relinquishes or proposes to relinquish child for adoption, father is given notice...

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Adopting In Wyoming
August 17, 2010, 5:35 am
Welcome to the fiftieth post in our series Adopting In the 50 States. Today, we're in Wyoming, home of Harrison Ford (mmmmmm). Remember, I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV. Consult an attorney or other adoption professional with specific questions. If you have adopted in Wyoming and would...
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September 30, 2010, 5:30 am
I've been following this story for some time now. To summarize, a man had an affair with a married woman in Ohio. She had a baby boy, whom she relinquished for adoption by a couple in Indiana. The birthfather registered with the Ohio putative father registry within 30 days. By law, the child...
Adopting in Washington, DC
August 19, 2010, 5:30 am
Welcome to the fifty-first post in our series Adopting In the 50 States. Today, we're in Washington DC, which is really making me angry right now. Remember, I am not a lawyer, nor do I play one on TV. Consult an attorney or other adoption professional with specific questions. If you have adopted...
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"PUTATIVE FATHER REGISTRY LAW" | Search Jacksonville, FL ...
Baby feels the effects of custody battle...monthly under the supervision of his parents, Dawn Scott said. Future cases will fall under Florida's new putative father registry law, which takes effect this year and gives biological fathers exactly 30 days from a child's birth to register...
"PUTATIVE FATHER REGISTRY LAW" | Search Jacksonville, FL ...
Baby feels the effects of custody battle...monthly under the supervision of his parents, Dawn Scott said. Future cases will fall under Florida's new putative father registry law, which takes effect this year and gives biological fathers exactly 30 days from a child's birth to register...
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