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Reverse adoption by children over 14.


  • An appointment should be made before the notarization.
  • Before notarization, the legal consequences must be explained to the child. This is explained by the youth welfare office or the notary.
  • The revocation is publicly notarized
  • The document is sent to the family court.
  • The revocation of consent becomes effective as soon as the deed is received by the family court.
  • If the deed is received by the family court before it has made a final decision on the adoption, the adoption can no longer take place.

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