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my father was co guardian of a person growing up, would that person now have any rights to inherit anything?

Question by moose: my father was co guardian of a person growing up, would that person now have any rights to inherit anything?
This person is not a relative

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Answer by Ashley B
All of this would depend simply on what your father has stated in his will. Who is listed as executor of the estate? I would talk to your dad about it, get a heads up and make sure you know what your duties would be should that day come. Talk to him about his will and his final wishes and your questions should be answered. Good luck!

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Q&A: How would one signify an adoption on a traditional family tree?

Question by Ziggy Stardust: How would one signify an adoption on a traditional family tree?
Say a sister adopts her sister’s children. Does this get recorded on the tree, and if so, what does it look like?

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Answer by Glen F
What do you mean by a “traditional” family tree? What do you want your tree to look like?
Are the children doing a school project? Or is the family tree to be a work of art framed to hang on the wall? Is the family going to be placed on a public site Ancestral File or Ancestry.com?
And then there is the matter of the father of the children. How is he going to be recorded?

When using any of the commercially available genealogy programs both sets of parents can be linked to an individual. And a notation can be made of the adoption.

Genealogy today is about DNA, and citing reliable sources.

It used to be about family stories, hiding family secrets and keeping the skeletons in the closet and connections to events in history (the Mayflower, Revolutionary War …)

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Q&A: Realistically, if every aborted fetus was born, where would it go?

Question by Dolyn: Realistically, if every aborted fetus was born, where would it go?
I see so many people jump down other people’s throats about the abortion issue. Usually, the response I see the most is “you can always put it up for adoption.” Ok, lets pretend we live in a U.S. where every woman who would have had an abortion gave the baby up for adoption. Last year, in the U.S. only about 100,000 children (children total, not babies) were adopted. But, over 1 million abortions were performed. Sure, there are LOTS fo people on wait lists for a baby, but in just a few short years supply will greatly out number demand. Tell me, exactly what would the U.S do with all these unwanted children?
Even if every family who adopted a baby adopted 10 babies, it would really only be about 5 years before the supply was greater than the demand. We aren’t talking one year, we are talking EVERY year.
It’s true, it’s hard to get stats on how many people would adopt if the cost weren’t so high. Clearly, not everyone is actively involved in attempting to adopt even if they wanted to. The fact of the matter is, when you do the math along with known population statistics (and predicted ones), supply WILL out weigh demand, and very quickly.

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Answer by Andrew
The pro lifers aren’t concerned with people once they are born. They protect you from conception all the way until birth.

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How many single mother’s who chose to parent wish they would have chosen adoption?

Question by Bear Spirit Woman: How many single mother’s who chose to parent wish they would have chosen adoption?
Aftr reading thru the adoption website mentioned in an early question, I cam across this paragraph:

“Single parenting is a difficult choice to make because the child and mother often sacrifice so much in life. While single parenting is chosen by women all across America, it does have many drawbacks. In extensive studies of single mothers, many single mothers regretted not considering adoption more seriously. Many of these women were pressured by family members and friends who promised to help them with their parenting responsibilities. Most unfortunately discovered that assurances and support from family and friends quickly faded. They were left alone to struggle to parent their child. Many felt guilty for depriving their child of a better life that they would have had through adoption.”

I have never EVER heard someone say “I am tired of all of this, I wish I’d have given my child up for adoption. This isn’t worth it”

I have been a struggling single mom and ever one did I wish I didn’t have my kids.

Anyone regret keeping their child?

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Answer by udontwannano99
Well I wasn’t always a single mother, but you gotta do what you gotta do. And no I don’t regret keeping my son, but just wish that I could go back and redo it all and have neva gotta pregnant. He is the world to me but I couldn’t live and no that I have a son out there for somebody else to raise him, for what i’ve seen and heard the kid always grow up and resent you. And it’s gonna come a point and time when you wanna take over and be that child’s mother again, right? That’s not fair to the adoptive parents that was there from the beginning. I couldn’t do adoption.

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