(e) the terms of a termination order for a limited contact after termination should not be changed. A. The adoptive parents and the petitioner may agree to contact the parents and the petitioner or between the adoptive parent and one or more parents, or to contact the adoptive parent and the parents` parents. An agreement is in the best interests of the child when there is no finding to the contrary and is included in the adoption decree. The agreement may also include contact between siblings and the adoptive father on the basis of the finding that it is in the best interests of the adoptive child and siblings of the adoptive child, as well as the finding that the parents, legal guardians or custodians of the siblings have accepted the agreement. Contact may include the exchange of information or identification visits or non-identification between the parents or parents of the parents or siblings of the adoptive child and the petitioner or visit between the parents or parents of the parents or siblings of the adoptive child and the adoptive child. An agreement reached in accordance with this section is considered an open acceptance. (f) The adoptive parents of a child should not be required by decision of the Adoption Court to authorize a visit by another person and the decision of the Adoption Court does not set the conditions for the adoption of the child by the adoptive parents. If the child is 12 years of age or older, an agreement reached after this sub-chapter cannot be reached without the child`s consent. 23 Pa. Stat.

and jerks. Stat. Ann.m) Disagreement between the parties or disputes involved in enforcing or amending the agreement does not affect the validity of parental or adoption termination and does not serve as the basis for custody decisions. The court does not act on an application to amend or enforce the agreement, unless the petitioner has participated in good faith in mediation or other appropriate dispute resolution procedures or has attempted to participate in dispute resolution and to affect the potential costs of such a mediation or dispute resolution procedure. (f) an order under this section has no bearing on the finality of a termination decision; or (2) the granting of the status of a parent whose parental rights have been terminated to bring an action under this title other than an application for the application of the conditions of restricted contact after the termination of the termination, until a subsequent adoption decision is made by the court with respect to the child. Tex. Fam. Code Ann. . 161.2061 (West) The court may cancel or amend a contact agreement approved under this chapter at any time before or after the adoption if, after a hearing, the court finds that the best interests of the child require the cancellation or modification of the contract. I didn`t do it. Code Ann.b) A court may grant post-adoption privileges if: 1.

The Tribunal finds that the best interests of the child are served by the granting of privileges after adoption; 2. The court finds that there is a significant emotional connection between the child and the birth parent; 3. The adoptive parents and the parents of the birth jointly negotiate and establish a post-adoption privilege agreement, which is approved by the family court and filed with the family court; (4) The Department of Children, Adolescents and Families and the Children`s Court are appointed by the special advocate or guardian ad litem, if one is after . 40-11-12, recommends that the pre-adoption agreement be approved by the court; or if the adoption petition is sponsored by a licensed child placement agency other than the Department of Children, Adolescents and Families, the child placement agency sponsoring the licensed adoption recommends that the privileges agreement be approved by the court after the adoption.