Monday, March 16, 2015


From Pittsburgh Post-Gazette : 3/16/2015
Ohio set to open adoption records sealed for 50 years

Beginning Friday, potentially hundreds of thousands of adoptees may get the answers they’ve wanted. Ohio will throw open a door that had been slammed shut to as many as 400,000.</p>

Birth certificates and court decrees — some sealed as long as 51 years — will become available to adoptees or their direct descendants for the first time without a court order. It remains to be seen, however, whether the papers that many adoptees have longed to hold in their hands will contain the information they want.
Full Story  , Walk Through of Ohio's New Adoption Law!

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