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Q. Can a 70 year old pensioner adopt ?

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Q.Can a 70 year old pensioner adopt ?
A 70 year old widow, pensioner wants to adopt her sisters s
SOn's daughter of 2 year old.
She wants to give her property and the pension benefits.

1. Lady has no children of her own.
2. Can she give pension benefits to the baby until her majority?

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Mrighankhi Chakraborty

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A. ) pension only given to surviving spouse. Adopted children not entitled.

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Shreyash Mohta

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A. ) The adopted child is not entitled.

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

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A. ) No, it is only pension given to surviving spouse. Adopted children not entitled.

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

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A. ) Dear Sir,
if that is the case every body will do the same. Adopted child not entitled for any pension only spouse is entitled for family pension. It is called family pension only.

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Deepak Yashwantrao Bade

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A. ) dear client The age of prospective adoptive parents, as on the date of registration, shall be counted for deciding the eligibility and the eligibility of prospective adoptive parents to apply for children of different age groups shall be as under:-
Age of the child Maximum composite age of prospective adoptive parents (couple ) Maximum age of single prospective adoptive parent
Upto 4 years 90 years 45 years
Above 4 and upto 8 years 100 years 50 years
Above 8 and upto 18 years 110 years55 years
In case of couple, the composite age of the prospective adoptive parents shall be counted.
The minimum age difference between the child and either of the prospective adoptive parents shall not be less than twenty-five years.
The age criteria for prospective adoptive parents shall not be applicable in case of relative adoptions and adoption by step-parent.The adoptive parent and child should have an age difference of 21 years or more. Couples with a combined age of less than 90 (with neither spouse older than 45) are eligible to adopt an infant. For older and special needs children, the agency has the discretion to relax the age limit for the prospective parent up to 55 years.
An adoptive parent should be medically fit and financially able to care for a child. A person wishing to adopt a child must be at least 21 years old. There is no legal upper age limit for parents but most adoptive agencies set their own benchmarks with regard to age. For a child who is less than a year old, the adoptive parents can have a maximum combined age of 90 years. Also, neither parent must be older than 45 years.
In the case of adoption of older children, the age of the parents may be relaxed accordingly. For example, for a one-year-old child, the age limit is 46 years, for a two-year-old child, it is 47 years and so on. The upper age limit for an adopted child is 12 years while for an adoptive parent it is 55 years. In the case of an adopted child with special needs, the age limit may be relaxed marginally by the state government, depending on the evaluation of the case. However, in all cases, the age of the parent cannot exceed 55 years.
if 70 yrs old widow adopt 2 yrs old doughter and old widow is able to taking care of that girl the she can proceed with adoption. but before adoption kindly take detail adoption procedure information from experienced lawyers.

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