Is it appropriate to seal a grandchild to her guardianship grandparents?
Especially when we don't know yet who her biological parents were.
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This article states, "A deceased child is usually sealed to birth or adoptive parents. Where justification exists, deceased children may also be sealed to stepparents, foster parents, or grandparents. A deceased child can also be sealed to a couple who intended to adopt the child but could not complete the adoption before the death of the child."
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