Adoptions delayed for months by coronavirus closings to get their day in court

Tribune Content Agency – June 29, 2020


Foster families whose adoption plans got derailed by court closures prompted by the coronavirus crisis are set to receive some relief, with the judicial system no longer requiring in-person hearings. That means families whose hearings were delayed in some cases until 2021 may see their adoptions become legal in the next month or two.

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