We sometimes get questions about:
- children who are adopted wanting to get in touch with their birth parents or siblings
- children who are adopted who don't want to be contacted by their birth parents
- children who are adopted having problems with their adopted parents and wanting to live with their birth parents
- children wanting to be adopted. If there's problems at home, please have a look at our factsheets on Child Abuse and Domestic Violence, or send us a Lawmail.
If you have any of these questions or a different question about adoption, please send us a Lawmail and we can give you advice.
Please note: we can't give advice to adults looking to adopt a child unless they are asking a question on behalf of the child and the child is too young to ask us themselves.
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