The only Supreme Court approved forms for Florida family adoptions are for stepparent adoption. However, the same statutes - Florida Statute Chapter 63 - allows family members to adopt their relatives. Document preparation for Florida family adoptions is in high demand, as the forms can be difficult to locate, and the available forms can be confusing.
II. General Information:
III. Stepparent Adoption
IV. Relative Adoptions
V. Gay Adoptions
VI. Once the Adoption is Final
VII. Temporary Custody by an Extended Family Member
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This course includes information, Florida Statutes, and forms for Stepparent Adoptions, Relative Adoptions, Temporary Custody by an Extended Family Member, and Concurrent Custody by An Extended Family Member. The definition for a family adoption in Florida, is that at least one of the adoptive parents must be within three steps of blood relation. Sometimes, due to illness, death, substance abuse, incarceration, or other circumstances a parent or parents are unable to care for their child. In these cases, a family member often steps up to fill the need.
After completing the Course Registration Form, you will receive a Thank You page with a payment feature. After payment is made, you will then be redirected to the first page of the online course - Family Adoptions. Please remember to save the link or bookmark that page. If you navigate away from that page, the link will disappear. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us - 800-515-0496 - firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about our other FALDP online courses; and please read About our Online Courses prior to submitting payment.
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Upon completion of the course, you'll arrive at a course quiz. After passing the quiz, you'll then submit the course completion survey where you can request your course completion certificate.
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