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M.B. v. D.W. ___S.W. 3d ___ (Ky. App. 2007), decided September 21, 2007.
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The Family Law Prof Blog reports: The Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled unanimously today that state law does not preclude unmarried couples from jointly petitioning to adopt a child. The case involved a lesbian couple who had petitioned to adopt a 10-year-old girl and her 6-year-old brother, for whom the couple had been foster parents...
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Both The Family Law Prof Blog and The Indiana Law Blog have posts about adult adoptions of a partner who becomes an heir. From The Family Law Prof Blog: “On an island liberally sprinkled with the affluent and well-connected members of such clans as Bush, du Pont, Rockefeller and Cabot, the Watson family occupies a...
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We have been reading the news (New York Times, USA Today) of the Memphis child who will be returned in days to her biological parents, after being raised by another family for seven years. I have been waiting to see the Tennessee opinion, which is now online.
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“Kentucky looks to speed up adoptions”, is the Courier-Journal front page headline reporting on the Blue Ribbon Panel on Adoption meeting in Frankfort yesterday. The online edition link to today’s article was not yet available at the early hour of this posting. What an informative and productive meeting it appears to have been.
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Storm v. Mullins, 199 S.W.3d 156 (Ky., 2006) Issues and Holdings: 1. Whether the consent to custody form, signed by the mother, was sufficient to establish the mother’s consent to the paternal grandparents’ adoption of the children. The Supreme Court held that such form was not sufficient. 2. Whether the one-year statute of limitations period...
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Janet Janghahr’s Florida Divorce Law Blog: reports: “An adoption agency notified a biological father that his baby was going to be adopted. That was how the biological father allegedly first learned of the child’s existence. By that time, the baby was two months old and had been living since he was three days old with...
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A Kentucky State Government press release sent after the first meeting of the committee studying “quick trigger” adoptions announces it will meet monthly and possibly recommend legislation in 2007. It is good news that the 12 member panel will personally be headed by The Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services Cabinet Secretary Mark D....
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Same-sex adoptions are legal in Indiana, as Indiana Supreme Court declines to review an Indiana Court of Appeals decision. The Indiana Law Blog has an extensive report on the issue. Comment: In Kentucky we are reduced to encouraging our “brain drain” by advising clients to move across the river.
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The first meeting of the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services’ panel on adoption is scheduled for next week. The meeting will be from 3 to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 7, in the music room of the Berry Hill Mansion, 700 Louisville Road, Frankfort, KY. The meeting is open to the public. The...
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