What grounds may adoption be challenged?

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What grounds may adoption be challenged?

The natural parent may assert, after the adoption has become finalized, that s/her did not consent to the adoption, or that the adoption was obtained as the result of coercion, duress, or fraud. An adoptive parent could likewise assert that his/her consent to the adoption was obtain as the result of fraud, in an attempt to be relieved of the responsibility for an adopted child (such as when the newly adopted child becomes seriously ill or is found to be mentally disturbed). As with any action involving an assertion that consent to an action was obtained as a result of coercion, duress or fraud, it is often very difficult to prove. In spite of this, legal action could be pursued by a natural or adoptive parent even after `a formal adoption has been finalized.

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