Parents Lose Adopted Son to Biological Father

Posted on March 23rd, 2011 No Comments

Two parents in Indiana have lost their 3 year-old adopted son to his biological father in a case that was ruled over by Ohio’s Supreme Court.

The two parents adopted the boy when he was a baby because the baby’s mother felt that she was not able to take care of him. Shortly after his birth, the baby’s father asked for a paternity test, which did prove that he was the boy’s biological father. Since that time, the biological father has been fighting for custody of his son in several court cases. In a final ruling by Ohio’s Supreme Court, it was decided that the father will have custody of the now 3 year-old boy and the adoption will be nulled. The father is suing the adopted parents, as well as the adoption agency from which they adopted the boy, for $400,000.

If you or someone you love is having difficulty adopting a child or maintaining an adoption, please contact the Conroe adoption lawyers of Garg & Associates, PC, at 281-362-2865.

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