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COMMON PLEAS COURT
of SUMMIT COUNTY, OHIO

Probate Division - Adoptions - From September 16, 2019

LEGAL NOTICE

In the Probate Court of Summit County, Ohio.

In the Matter of the Adoption of: Natasha Adrianna Jean Bahr.

Case No. 2019 AD 037.

NOTICE OF HEARING ON

PETITION FOR ADOPTION

(RC 3107.11; Civ.R. 73(E); Loc.R. 52.1) - FORM 18.2

TO: Amber Lea Hubbard, last known address is 2284 Greensburg Rd., North Canton, OH 44720.

You are hereby notified that on April 19, 2019, James Jon Bahr and Dawn Marie Bahr filed in this Court a Petition for Adoption of Natasha Adrianna Jean Criss, a minor, whose date of birth is April 4, 2014, and for change of the name of the minor to Natasha Adrianna Jean Bahr. The Court, located at 209 S. High Street, Akron, Ohio 44308 and Magistrate Steven Elliott will hear the petition on  the 10th day of October 2019, at 1:30 o'clock p.m.

It is alleged in the Petition that, pursuant to (R.C. 3107.07), the consent of Amber Lea Hubbard is not required due to the following:

That person is a parent who has failed without justifiable cause to provide more than de minimis contract with the minor for a period of at least one year immediately preceding the filing of the adoption petition or the placement of the minor in the home of the petitioner.

That person is a parent who has failed without justifiable cause to provide for the maintenance and support of the minor as required by law or judicial decree for a period of at least one year immediately preceding the filling of the adoption petition or the placement of the minor in the home of the petitioner.

"A final decree of adoption, if granted, will relieve you of all parental rights and responsibilities, including the right to contact the minor and except with respect to a spouse of the adoption petitioner and relatives of that spouse, terminate all legal and the minor's other relatives, so that the minor thereafter is a stranger to you and the minor's former relatives for all purposes. If you wish to contest the adoption, you must file an objection to the petition within fourteen days after proof of service of notice of the filing of the petition and of the time and place of hearing is given to you. If you wish to contest the adoption, you must also appear at the hearing. A final decree of adoption may be entered if you fail to file an objection to the adoption petition or appear at the hearing."

JUDGE ELINORE MARSH STORMER

Stephanie Wintermute, Deputy Clerk

Sep 13, 20, 27, 2019

19-01935

 

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