Oregon State Law on Adult Adoption

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State Law on Adult Adoption


Summary: An adult may be adopted with consent.

Most Relevant Oregon Statutes:
Title 11, Chapter 109

109.309. Petition for leave to adopt and for change of name; residency requirement; where filed; venue; notice; placement report; fee.

(3) The petition to adopt a person 18 years of age or older may be filed in the county where the petitioner, the person to be adopted or the person who consents to the adoption resides.

109.329 Consent when person to be adopted has reached age of majority.

If the person to be adopted is legally married or is 18 years of age or older, the written consent of the person to be adopted may be held by the court to be sufficient without the necessity for the consent of any other person to the adoption.
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