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Hello All

 

A friend of ours mother passed away last year. She sent our friend for adoption when he was 9 months old. His mother then had a daughter, who was fostered out. After this, the mother moved to the USA and had 3 further children, which she raised herself.

 

The family in the USA have distributed the cash and other belongings between them, however there is a mortgage free house in the USA, which the family want to dispose of.

 

Would my friend, as the eldest child have a claim for a share of the house, despite being sent out for adoption

 

many thanks in advance

 

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surely as the eldest child its his? or atleast a part?

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If he was officially adopted then no he would not be entitled to anything

 

This is my understanding from decades ago as well. all rights/responsibilities end on adoption from originator etc?????

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This is my understanding from decades ago as well. all rights/responsibilities end on adoption from originator etc?????

 

That is what I have seen onTV programes like heir hunter

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hehe funny I thought i'd watched the opposite

 

 

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I've been on the other side and inherited a portion of an estate from an adopted (into the family) cousin. The pre-adoption family were not entitled here in the UK. There was an element of USA involvement with part of the estate and I know some of the American arm of the pre-adoption family started legal action because of 'grandparents right' or something along those lines. I have no idea if they succeeded, I was one of around 20 who inherited something and wasn't directly involved. You'd need advice from a US lawyer. The estate in the USA did include a house.

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