Who May Access Information Citation: Ann. Stat. §§ 63.162; 63.165
Information may be available to: • The adopted person who is age 18 or older. • The birth parents. • The adoptive parents. • Birth siblings. • Maternal and paternal birth grandparents.
Access to Nonidentifying Information Citation: Ann. Stat. § 63.162
All nonidentifying information, including the family medical history and social history of the adopted person and the birth parents, when available, must be furnished to the adoptive parents before the adoption becomes final and to the adopted person, upon the adopted person’s request, after he or she reaches majority. Upon the request of the adoptive parents, all nonidentifying information obtained before or after the adoption has become final must be furnished to the adoptive parents.
Mutual Access to Identifying Information Citation: Ann. Stat. § 63.162
Identifying information about a birth parent, an adoptive parent, or an adopted person may not be disclosed unless the respective party has authorized in writing the release of such information. If the adopted person is less than 18 years old, written consent must be obtained from an adoptive parent.The department shall maintain a registry with the last known names and addresses of an adopted person, the birth parents, and the adoptive parents and any other identifying information that the parties wish to include in the registry. The registry shall be available for those persons choosing to enter information therein, but no one shall be required to do so. A person who enters information in the registry must indicate clearly the persons to whom he or she is consenting to release the information, and shall be limited to the adopted person, the birth parents, the adoptive parents, birth siblings, and maternal and paternal birth grandparents. Consent to the release of this information may be made in the case of a minor adopted person by his or her adoptive parents or by the court after a showing of good cause. At any time, any person may withdraw, limit, or otherwise restrict consent to release information by notifying the department in writing.
Access to Original Birth Certificate Citation: Ann. Stat. § 63.162
The original birth certificate is available only upon order of the court.
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