I allowed my autistic son to be adopted at 6. After 6 years, he continuously expresses dissatisfaction. My son is now 16, and a high functioning, autistic, youngman. Can he, of his own free will, live with me, after graduating High School, without any repercussions?
You should have a consultation with a family law attorney in your area. Generally, he can make his own decisions as to his living situation after he reaches the age of 18, if he is capable of independent living, and a guardian is not necessary. Right now, if you have given up all parental rights so that he could be adopted, he is in the care of his adoptive parents, and you should be careful not to interfere with their parenting. You do not indicate that the child is in danger, or that an emergency situation exists. A family law attorney in your area can give you more specific guidance.
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