New adoption laws support family contact

The ACT Legislative Assembly has passed new laws ensuring that adopted children can have future contact with their birth parents where possible.

October 13, 2009 / ABC News

The legislation sets out the requirement for an adoption plan before children are placed with new parents.

The plan will ensure the rights of adopted children are protected throughout their life.

The new laws also provide for financial assistance for adopting families in some circumstances.


Pound Pup Legacy