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On June 16, 2009 By JETLaw June 16, 2009
On Friday, a three-judge panel of Malawi’s Supreme Court of Appeals overruled a lower court decision denying Madonna’s adoption of four-year-old Chifundo “Mercy” James. The lower court’s earlier decision cited Malawi’s residency laws when rejecting Madonna’s request to adopt Mercy. Specifically, the lower court found that Madonna had not spent sufficient time in Malawi to [...]Continue Reading →
One of the biggest “challenge[s] for prospective adoptive parents in a private placement adoption is . . . finding birth parents willing to place their child for adoption.” For this reason, many adoption service agencies and attorneys encourage adoption-seekers and birth mothers to advertise their “resumes” in order to speed up the adoption [...]Continue Reading →
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