- Jul 1, 2007
Being the biological parent. Heck, there's a good chance the biological grandmother had a degree of influence (minimal to extreme) in the decision.
Once the child reaches 18, LEGALLY they don’t have to abide by any parents wishes. (Of course that’s assuming there are no disabilities)
Being a biological parent shouldn’t give you the option to control your child’s life forever ( the same goes for being an adoptive parent)