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My husband was in a previous marriage before me and he adopted his ex wife's child when she was 13, she is now 34 and she hates me and my kids, my husband saw the way I was treated and how she was raising her kids against me and my husband made the choice and have told her he didn't want nothing to do with her anymore, things would never work out because of the way I was getting treated. My question is to any laywer in mobile AL, Is there something my husband  can do to unadoption or divorce from  her where her mom and her family can not harass us any more and they are out of our lives completely? she is married right now and her mom always adds her adopted name to her marriage and it makes me sick! I want her out of our lives for good!

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How can adoption be permanent? we will make sure she is not listed in the will, I am the beneficiary , If children could divorce there parents. why can't we divorce adopted children whom are adults.

 

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Minor children can seek emancipation from their parents. I suppose that is sometimes referred to as divorcing one's parents in layman's term. However, I am not aware of such a process to undo and adoption or to sever relationships between adults and their adult children (natural-born or adopted).

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Is there something my husband  can do to unadoption or divorce from  her where her mom and her family can not harass us any more and they are out of our lives completely?

 

No, your husband cannot "unadopt" his daugter.  However, given that his daughter is an adult, there is no conceivable reason why he has to have anything at all to do with her if that's what he wants.  As far as "her mom and her family . . . harass[ing] [you]," you didn't bother to tell us what those persons are doing, but, even if your husband could "unadopt" his daughter, doing so would have no legal impact on their ability to continue doing it.

 

 

 

she is married right now and her mom always adds her adopted name to her marriage

 

Adds her adopted name to her marriage?  Huh?

 

 

 

and it makes me sick!

 

That's an emotional issue that is yours and yours alone.  It's not as though there aren't dozens or hundreds or thousands of other people around the state/country/world with the same surname.

 

 

 

I want her out of our lives for good!

 

This has nothing to do with any legal issue.  If you want her out of your lives, then you and your husband only need not to talk with her, call her, exchange electronic communications with her, don't go to social events where you think she may be, etc.  That she is your husband's daughter doesn't give her any legal right to be part of your and your husband's lives.

 

 

 

How can adoption be permanent?

 

Because that's what the law on adoptions says.

 

 

 

If children could divorce there parents. why can't we divorce adopted children whom are adults.

 

Where did you get the idea that children can divorce their parents?

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There are no "give backs" with children. You can't return them if you later decide you don't wish to be their parent any longer. Legally, she is his daughter for the rest of their lives. He can write a will which limits her claims to his estate upon his passing but the legal relationship is still there.

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To all of you, I do not know who you are, I am asking legal questions, that evil daughter tried to break me and my husband up, I think his ex wife still loves them even know they been divorced over 25 years but my husband and I been married for 13 and they keep trying to break us up, , I wanted to see if there's anything we can do, I will seek an attorney in person if I  continue to get harassed and file a restraining order against the both.. THanks fr reply's until everyone knows the situation , you will understand

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