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(a) Any adult person or husband and wife jointly who are adults may petition the court to adopt a minor. Before the adoptee's birth, he and the adoptee's mother have attempted to marry each other by a marriage solemnized in apparent compliance with law, although the attempted marriage is or could be declared invalid, and, 1.
He or she consents in writing to be adopted and is related in any degree of kinship, as defined by the intestacy laws of Alabama, or is a stepchild by marriage. He or she consents in writing to be adopted by an adult man and woman who are husband and wife. He and the adoptee's mother are or have been married to each other and the adoptee was born during the marriage, or within 300 days after the marriage was terminated by death, annulment, declaration of invalidity, or divorce, or after a decree of separation was entered by a court; or b.
(e) If the court directs that the consent or relinquishment be withdrawn, the court shall order the minor restored to the custody of his or her parent or parents, the Department of Human Resources or a licensed child placing agency; otherwise, the court shall deny the withdrawal and declare that the consent or relinquishment is final and binding. (a) No health facility shall surrender the physical custody of an adoptee to any person other than the Department of Human Resources, a licensed child placing agency, parent, relative by blood or marriage, or person having legal custody, unless such surrender is authorized in a writing executed after the birth of the adoptee by one of the adoptee's parents or agency or the person having legal custody of the adoptee.
Any male person as defined in the Alabama Uniform Parentage Act. (c) A minor father may give his implied consent by his actions. (a) A consent or relinquishment required by Section 26-10A-7 may be implied by any of the following acts of a parent: (1) Abandonment of the adoptee.
(b) A petition to adopt an adult may be granted only if written consent to adopt has been executed by the adult seeking to adopt and his or her spouse or by the guardian or conservator of the adult sought to be adopted pursuant to the requirements of Sections 26-10A-6 and 26-10A-11. (b) A consent or relinquishment executed by a parent who is a minor shall not be subject to revocation by reason of such minority. 857, §1.) Section 26-10A-9 Implied consent or relinquishment.
(c) The petition to withdraw consent or relinquishment must be in writing, signed by the person seeking to withdraw the consent or relinquishment, dated, and signed by two witnesses.
(d) In adjudicating a petition to withdraw a consent or relinquishment, the person seeking to withdraw the consent or relinquishment shall establish the facts necessary to withdraw the consent or relinquishment by a preponderance of the evidence.