Grandparent and Sibling Rights after open Adoption Agreement
State of Illinois Representatives
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1. The rights of Siblings and Grandparents after open adoption to be executed as per any agreement between the parties known as "Adoptive parents as well as Natural parents."
2. The state of Illinois does not enforce the rights of natural siblings and Grandparents per "Open Adoption."
3. The verbal and or written agreements should be enforced upon the agreement of Adoptive and Natural Parents prior to "Adoption."
4. This should enforce past, present and future agreements.
5. Upon the Agreements the parties known as "Adoptive Parents" should not be allowed to flee residence of the state in which the Agreement was made.
6. If such an agreement was established and then denied upon completion of adoption, it should be considered "Misrepresentation" and "Fraud."
Thus is should be punishable by statues of that particular state.
8. These actions should include but, not be limited to the emotional and physical well being of all children involved.
9. "Open Adoption" agreements should be enforceable by state law. Thus, not allowing for Adoptive Parents to make verbal and or written agreements for sole purpose of getting the Parents to give up their rights.
10. In accordance with Illinois state law
Verbal Contracts A verbal contract is an agreement by two parties which is not reduced to writing. Typically proving verbal contracts is difficult, but evidence that the parties worked in accordance with the contract is evidence of its existence. Unlike written contracts which have a 10 year statute of limitations in Illinois, verbal contracts have only a five year statute of limitations. It is important to note that verbal contracts can support a claim for discrimination in contract under 42 U.S.C. 1981 just as a written contract can. (See also 42 U.S.C. 1981, Contract Laws.)
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