I haven't seen this addressed... our current match is with someone who is relatively independent of their parents (they are partnered, maintain their own home, and live in a different state, though a college student). We have a slight concern that the while the partner is supportive, this expectant parent's mom and dad might not be supportive--- and after a conversation with the expectant parent, (who thinks they will likely be supportive enough), we teased out that it's likely due to retro-ideas of what adoptions mean---
1. Do parents of a non-minor have a legal recourse to intervene in an adoption plan? Or during the revocation period?
2. What does open adoption look like if it involves grandparents from the expectant parent? Is that always brokered through the birth parent? Do people have relationships with birth family grandparents that do not always involve the birth parent? [here we are thinking specifically, about a situation where our birth parent has noted that they will likely need space to grieve post-transfer, but what if their mom or dad want to see the grandchild?]