Adoption Triad Law and Legal Definition
Adoption Triad is a triangle which symbolizes the three parties involved in an adoption: adoptee, adoptive parents and birth parents.
The Triad or Triangle appears to:
Demonstrate an equal distance or separation between the three members. Show an equal or harmonious connection between the adoptee and the adoptee's two families.
Symbolize that the birth family and adoptive family are raising the child's interest above their own.
Exhibit that the relationship or communication between the adoptee and their adoptive and birth family is equal and similar.
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Related Legal Terms
- Abandonment [Intercountry Adoption]
- Accredited Agency [Adoption]
- Accredited Body [Adoption]
- Accrediting Entity [Adoption]
- Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS)
- Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA)
- Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act of 1980
- Adoption Disruption
- Adoption Dissolution