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Adopting Families in Ohio Adopting Families in states other than Ohio Ohio Adoption Statute and Law Title XXXI: Domestic Relations-Children Chappter 3107: Adoption Sections: 1-69 (This page was last updated on (10/10/13.) 3107.01 Adoption definitions.
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(G) "Minor" means a person under the age of eighteen years.
(H) "Putative father" means a man, including one under age eighteen, who may be a child's father and to whom all of the following apply: (1) He is not married to the child's mother at the time of the child's conception or birth; (2) He has not adopted the child; (3) He has not been determined, prior to the date a petition to adopt the child is filed, to have a parent and child relationship with the child by a court proceeding pursuant to sections 3111.01 to 3111.18 of the Revised Code, a court proceeding in another state, an administrative agency proceeding pursuant to sections 3111.38 to 3111.54 of the Revised Code, or an administrative agency proceeding in another state; (4) He has not acknowledged paternity of the child pursuant to sections 3111.21 to 3111.35 of the Revised Code. (A) A person seeking to adopt a minor shall utilize an agency or attorney to arrange the adoption.
(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.