What Notification Is Required When A Child Is Placed For Adoption?
- name and birthdate of the child, or in the case of an unborn child, the expected date of birth;
- the names and addresses of the parents of the child;
- the name and address of the prospective adoptive parent(s);
- the address where the child resides, if applicable; and
- the name, occupation and address of any person who arranged or assisted in the proposed adoption.
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