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Child Welfare: Steps Have Been Taken to Address Unregulated Custody Transfers of Adopted Children
Kay E Brown (au)
Parents have the legal responsibility to protect and care for their children. However, recent media reports have illuminated a practice involving unregulated custody transfers of adopted children. Commonly referred to as ńˇýrehoming,ńˇŁ this practice involves parents who turn to the internet or other unregulated networks to find a new home for their child. Media reports found instances in which adopted children were placed in dangerous situations where they were harmed by the adults who received them. This report examines (1) the reasons adoptive families consider unregulated child custody transfers, and services that exist to support these families before they take such an action; (2) what is known about the prevalence of these transfers; and (3) actions selected states and federal agencies have taken to address such transfers. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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