Rhode Island Adoption Lawyer
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Sample RI Adoption Cases
... Subsection (a) of § 15-7-16 provides in relevant part: "A child lawfully adopted shall be deemed, for the purpose of inheritance by the child and his or her descendants from the parents by adoption and the lineal and collateral kindred of the parents by adoption, and for the ...
... Shortly thereafter, on October 13, 2006, Tory's biological mother and her fiance (petitioners) filed a petition for adoption of Tory. ... See GL 1956 §§ 15-7-5, 15-7-7(a)(4). The respondent objected to petitioners' proposed adoption of Tory. ...
... Paul Dinsmore, Esq., Rumford. ORDER. The appellant, Joseph Everton, the biological father of a minor child whose first name is Trevor,  appeals from a Family Court decree denying his motion to reopen and vacate the adoption of Trevor by his maternal grandparents. ...
... OPINION. Chief Justice SUTTELL, for the Court. Diamantina Sousa Andrade and Christopher Andrade, the petitioners, appeal from a Family Court order dismissing their petition for adoption. ... The Andrades first attempted to file a petition for adoption on April 4, 2007. ...
... The Ordinance defines nonconformance as "[a] building, structure, or parcel of land, or use thereof, lawfully existing at the time of the adoption or amendment of a zoning ordinance and not in conformity with the provisions of such ordinance or amendment." Ordinance § 2.2. ...
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