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The adoption process is basically an administrative proceeding. In most cases, you will not be required to appear in court for a formal hearing. The process requires the filing of a petition for adoption, substantial information regarding the adoptive parents as birth parents and completion of a pre-placement assessment by a licensed agency. If the birth parents do not consent to the adoption, a separate termination of parental rights proceeding may be required.
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