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Who May Access Information
Citation: Rev. Stat. § 8-129
The following persons may have access to family information:
• The adoptive parents or a guardian of the adopted person
• The adopted person who is age 18 or older
• If the adopted person has died, the adopted person’s spouse if he or she is the legal parent of the adopted person’s child or the guardian of any child of the adopted person
• If the adopted person has died, any child of the adopted person who is 18 or older
• The birth parents or other birth children of the birth parents
Access to Nonidentifying Information
Citation: Rev. Stat. §§ 8-121; 8-129
• Nonidentifying information may be released upon request to any of the persons listed above. Nonidentifying information may include the health and genetic history of the birth parents and members of the birth parents’ families.
Mutual Access to Identifying Information
Citation: Rev. Stat. § 8-121
• Court personnel, the division, an attorney assisting in a direct placement adoption, or an agency may provide partial or complete identifying information between a birth parent and adoptive parent when the parties mutually agree to share specific identifying information and make a written request to the court, the division, or the agency. A person may petition the court to obtain information relating to an adoption in the possession of the court, the division, or any agency or attorney involved in the adoption. The court shall not release identifying information unless the person requesting the information has established a compelling need for disclosure or consent has been obtained. An adopted person who is age 18 or older or a birth parent may file at any time with the court and the agency, division, or attorney who participated in the adoption a notarized statement granting consent, withholding consent, or withdrawing a consent previously given for the release of confidential information. If an adopted person who is 18 or older and the birth mother or birth father have filed consent to the release of confidential information, the court may disclose the information, except identifying information relating to a birth parent who did not grant written consent.
Access to Original Birth Certificate
Citation: Rev. Stat. § 36-337
• The original birth certification can be made available only upon a court order or as prescribed by rule.
Where the Information Can Be Located:
Arizona Confidential Intermediary Program, Arizona Supreme Court
Arizona Vital Records Information
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