HB 1999 Adoption.
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Adoption. Provides that if the birth parents revoke an entrustment agreement or a consent to adoption any party may request a hearing to determine the best interests of the child. In addition, there will be no legal presumption in favor of any party in a hearing to determine the best interests of a child if the child (i) has been placed for purposes of adoption and (ii) has been continuously in the custody of the adoptive parents, child-placing agency or local board of social services for over 25 days. The bill also provides that it is a Class 6 felony for anyone to knowingly and intentionally provide false or misleading information which is material to an adoption placement.

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01/20/95  House: Presented & ordered printed LD1317324  pdf

01/20/95  House: Presented & ordered printed LD1317324
01/20/95  House: Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
01/27/95  House: Assigned to C. J. sub-committee: 2
02/08/95  House: No action taken by Courts of Justice by voice vote