Roe v. Reeves

Unwed father lacks ability to veto an adoption

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South Carolina Supreme Court reversed a family court order granting custody of a child to the unwed birth father. Court held that the father failed to take the prompt and necessary steps required to veto the child's adoption by another couple.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 4th Circuit, South Carolina | United States


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