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Considering Adoption? We can help.

Assuming the child has been placed with the adoptive family, Florida law does not provide a grace period for children age six months or younger when the Consent for Adoption is signed. This means the adoption is considered permanent and cannot be revoked unless fraud or duress can be proved. For children older than six months, when the Consent for Adoption is signed, Florida law gives the birth mother three business days to change her mind for any reason. After that period, the adoption is considered permanent and cannot be revoked unless fraud or duress can be proved.

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Assuming the child has been placed with the adoptive family, Florida law does not provide a grace period for children age six months or younger when the Consent for Adoption is signed. This means the adoption is considered permanent and cannot be revoked unless fraud or duress can be proved. For children older than six months, when the Consent for Adoption is signed, Florida law gives the birth mother three business days to change her mind for any reason. After that period, the adoption is considered permanent and cannot be revoked unless fraud or duress can be proved.

Posted in: adoptiveparent

Adoption Saves Lives

Jacksonville Office
3821 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
(904) 348-6400
Contact Us

Daytona Beach Office
140 South Beach Street, Suite 302
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114
(386) 673-1234
Contact Us


The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience.

Shorstein & Kelly, Attorneys at Law publish this website for informational purposes only. It is not intended to provide legal advice, and one should not act upon any such information without seeking professional counsel. Use of and access to this website does not create an attorney-client or any other relationship between the user or browser and Shorstein & Kelly. Please do not send us any confidential information unless a formal attorney-client relationship has been established.

The attorneys at the law office of Shorstein & Kelly, Attorneys at Law are licensed to practice in the state of Florida.

Shorstein & Kelly is not associated with any linked entity described in this website. We have attempted to provide users of this website access to other websites of possible interest by installing hyperlinks to such sites. We cannot be responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any of the information that may be accessed from this website. Shorstein & Kelly makes no endorsement of the views or opinion stated in linked websites.

Copyright © 2018 Shorstein & Kelly, Attorneys at Law, P.A. Sitemap