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(E) "Foster caregiver" has the same meaning as in section 5103.02 of the Revised Code.
(F) "Identifying information" means any of the following with regard to a person: first name, last name, maiden name, alias, social security number, address, telephone number, place of employment, number used to identify the person for the purpose of the statewide education management information system established pursuant to section 3301.0714 of the Revised Code, and any other number federal or state law requires or permits to be used to identify the person.
(C) "Child" means a son or daughter, whether by birth or by adoption.
(D) "Court" means the probate courts of this state, and when the context requires, means the court of any other state empowered to grant petitions for adoption.
We hope to help you learn more about the child adoption laws in the State of Ohio.
Please note that while we have tried to be as current as possible, laws are occasionally rewritten and/or amended; accordingly, the Ohio adoption law provided below may have errors, omissions, or may not be the most current version.
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(A) A foster caregiver may use the application prescribed under division (B) of this section to obtain the services of an agency to arrange an adoption for the foster caregiver if the foster caregiver seeks to adopt the foster caregiver's foster child who has resided in the foster caregiver's home for at least six months prior to the date the foster caregiver submits the application to the agency.
(3) The individual must complete training in accordance with rules adopted under section 3107.015 of the Revised Code.
(B) An individual in the employ of, appointed by, or under contract with a court prior to September 18, 1996, to conduct adoption investigations of prospective adoptive parents may perform the duties of an assessor under sections 3107.031, 3107.032, 3107.082, 3107.09, 3107.101, 3107.12, 5103.0324, and 5103.152 of the Revised Code if the individual complies with division (A)(3) of this section regardless of whether the individual meets the requirement of division (A)(2) of this section.
(C) A court, public children services agency, private child placing agency, or private noncustodial agency may employ, appoint, or contract with an assessor in the county in which a petition for adoption is filed and in any other county or location outside this state where information needed to complete or supplement the assessor's duties may be obtained.
More than one assessor may be utilized for an adoption.
(B) The department of job and family services shall prescribe an application for a foster caregiver to use under division (A) of this section.