File a petition to nullify your adoption with the court. This is usually referred to as "vacation" or "annulment." Laws are quite strict when it comes to reversing an adoption. The court much be presented with very compelling reasons for an adoption to be nullified. Annulment of the adoption decree 1. Annulment; reasons and limitations. A court may, on petition filed within one year of the decree of adoption and after notice and hearing, reverse and annul an adoption decree based on findings by clear and convincing evidence that the adoption was obtained as a result of fraud, duress or illegal procedures.
Adoption Granted. It is ORDERED that the adoption of the Adult Adoptee subject of this suit and the Petitioner(s) is GRANTED, and the Adult Adoptee is the: (Check one)son daughter of the Petitioner(s) for all purposes. In the Matter of the Adoption Petition of: _____ PETITION FOR ANNULMENT Name of Adoptee OF ADOPTION DECREE C M.R.S. §§ NOW COME(S) the petitioner(s) who request(s) that the court reverse and annul the adoption decree in the above-captioned matter.
1. that a final decree of adoption be entered establishing the relationship of natural parent and natural child for all purposes between the Petitioner, [PETITIONER], and the prospective adoptee, [CHILD]. 2. that the name of the prospective . The decree of adoption shall order that from the date of the decree, the adoptee shall be the child of the petitioner and accorded the status set forth in Section 13 of the Adult Adoption Act [ NMSA ].
Upon the issuance of the decree of adoption, all the legal duties, rights, privileges and obligations that exist between a parent and child now exist between the Petitioner(s) and adoptee(s). These include, but are not limited to the duty to support and inheritance rights. Form A (Rev. 01/10) Page 1 of 2. 4. I consent that I be adopted by _____ (petitioner) [ ] and _____ (co- petitioner) (To be signed in front of the judge) Signature Date Printed Name ADF Approved September 19, / Revised October 30, Consent to Adoption by Adult Adoptee Page 1 of 2.