adopting, parents


adopting, parents
parents m adoptifs

English-French legislative terms. 2015.

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  • Adopting — Adopt A*dopt , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Adopted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Adopting}.] [L. adoptare; ad + optare to choose, desire: cf. F. adopter. See {Option}.] 1. To take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen, etc.; esp. to take… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Open adoption — is an adoption in which the biological mother or parents and adoptive family know the identity of each other. In open adoption, the parental rights of biological parents are terminated, as they are in closed adoptions and the adoptive parents… …   Wikipedia

  • Minnesota Transracial Adoption Study — The Minnesota Transracial Adoption Study examined the IQ test scores of 130 black/interracial children adopted by advantaged white families. The aim of the study was to determine the contribution of environmental and genetic factors to the poor… …   Wikipedia

  • Embryo donation — is a form of third party reproduction. In vitro fertilisation often results in a number of frozen, unused embryos after the woman for whom they were originally created has successfully carried one or more pregnancies to term. In embryo donation,… …   Wikipedia

  • adoption — adoptional, adj. /euh dop sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of adopting: the adoption of a new amendment. 2. the state of being adopted. [1300 50; ME adopcioun < L adoption , s. of adoptio. See AD , OPTION] * * * Act of transferring parental rights and… …   Universalium

  • Closed adoption — (also called confidential adoption and sometimes secret adoption) is the process by where an infant is adopted by another family, and the record of the biological parent(s) is kept sealed. (Often, the biological father is not recorded even on the …   Wikipedia

  • Child laundering — is the stealing and selling of children to adopting parents under false pretenses. Often the adoption agency or adoption facilitator hides or falsifies the child s origin to make the child appear to be a legitimate orphan by manipulating birth… …   Wikipedia

  • Joseph M. Horn — is an American psychology professor known for his work on adoption studies.Horn received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota and currently teaches at the University of Texas at Austin. Research interests include intellectual and… …   Wikipedia

  • legal risk placement — A type of adoption in which the child is placed with the prospective adoptive parents before the birth parents have legally given up their rights or had their rights terminated. If the termination of rights doesn t occur, then the adopting… …   Law dictionary

  • family law — Introduction       body of law regulating family relationships, including marriage and divorce, the treatment of children, and related economic matters.       In the past, family law was closely connected with the law of property and succession… …   Universalium

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