is there’s way adoption is easier like adopting someone elses adopted kid or like that?

An easier way to get an adopted child is that possible yes or no

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    If someone is pregnant and can't care for the baby, you can ask them to e-mail people work to the hospital or hospital networks to let Persons A and B and Guardian Parents C and D have custody that is what I did. It is best to call the hospital network or hospital first to see what the procedure will be. 

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Adoption is 'adopting someone else's child'!

    There are never any easy or absolute Yes/No questions in matters like that, where emotions and practicality and legal matters come into play.

    Many things in life  do not drop into nice easy compartments.

  • 1 month ago

    Uh... duh... there is no law that says a child can only, ever, be adopted once. The legal standard from the US Supreme Court is "the best interests of the child." If there is sufficient evidence that it is in the child's best interests, for example, if a child's adoptive parents are killed in a wildfire, of course the child can be re-adopted. In the second adoption the legal standard is still the best interests of the child. The only part that is easier is that the birth parents' parental rights were terminated in the first adoption, so the birth parents are out of the picture.

    There are different kinds of adoptions: relative placement, stepparent, agency and parental placement. Stepparent is the easiest if the child has lived with the stepparent for a period of time, say 5 years, and the child agrees, and the noncustodial birth parent agrees. You don't give us those details. Didja know US state laws are written in English and posted online? Why yes, they are. I suggest you read and think for yourself.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    They be called, "Foster" kids, not "adopted".

    Kidnap them, gets the FBI into the act.

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  • Jill
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    No and for good reason. 

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    No.  That is impossible.  You cannot adopt a child that's already been adopted.  The process does not work that way, you have to go through legal channels (ie: agencies) to be allowed to adopt a child that you are not related to.  You will also be required to undergo some psychiatric evaluations, have your personal background checked into thoroughly , and eventually if all of that goes well you get to adopt a child.

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