Most times, if a court orders an adoption - the parents' rights are removed... final child custody is usually just that - final. After the court officially orders an adoption, there is little way to reverse it.
Get a Lawyer - a GOOOD one.
If you cant get a good lawer (and even if you can) research the laws in your state surrounding parents' rights and adoption laws at the DSS website and other places...
Sorry I don't have more hopeful or promising responces. If you let me know your area... I will be glad to help you investigate possible options and resources.
I don't have money for a GOOD attourney, I am stuck with public defenders. I am in Springfield Oregon and it is called Department of Human Services here. I need to find a probono lawyer that is not a public defender.
ok ... start here http://www.osbar.org/public/legalinfo/1 … are.htm... that has lots of info on the basics of the law there.. .. ... im still searching for resources for you.
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