TITLE

FORM: Petition to Declare Minor Free From Parental Custody and Control

PUB. DATE
November 2003
SOURCE
Do Your Own California Adoption;Nov2003, pF18
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Form
ABSTRACT
A form of petition from the adoptive father to declare the child to be adopted free from parental custody, is presented. Through the form, the petitioner mentions about his interest to adopt his partner's child and informs that the minor child has been left by the natural parent. The form requires to fill in the names of the adoptive parent, minor child, and the court case number.
ACCESSION #
45545459

 

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