Adoptive families are expected to maintain some form of contact with the birth parents as this can be helpful for the child as they grow older. There are different forms of contact, but the most common form of contact is indirect (letters). Letters are exchanged with the birth family via the local authority who placed the child, and your address is kept confidential.
If brothers and sisters are placed for adoption separately, contact between the siblings is often in person on an annual or bi annual basis, which allows siblings to maintain a relationship as they grow older.
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