California ADOPT-315 Form Enforce, Change or End Contact After Adoption Form
First, adoption is a very serious thing to consider before acting. You do not want to make a rash decision that could have a long-term effect on a child’s welfare. IF you are sincere and determined in your wishes to adopt a stepchild, then you should not rush into it.
Take some time to consider the long-term importance of taking a responsibility for this child the same as you would for your biological children. After taking the decision, you can contact any adoption agency for starting the adoption process.
After completion of the adoption agreement, a form needs to be signed in the Californian court according to Californian Adoption Law called Adopt – 315, which states the request to enforce, change or end contact after adoption. However, it is also important to make certain changes or talk to the child and make sure that he/she wants the adoption as well.
Adoption is a very big step and it is very difficult to let go off your biological parents, even if you do not know your parents that well. This forms requests the court on the behalf of the adoptive parents to enforce the change or end contact with biological parents after adoption.