Relying on a wealth of Superior Court precedent, a plurality of thestate Supreme Court has decided that foster parents do not havestanding in adoption cases.
The justices split 3-3 to rule that the foster parents of a child namedG.C could not pursue their custody petition and the child’s maternalgrandfather would gain custody.
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