Your response to me does not accurately reflect my concerns. This is not, as you have implied, a case where the parents are rejecting the child because he is "broken" and is causing financial instability. These are the facts:
1. Child's condition was misrepresented by the agency. The parents had clearly stated they wanted an older child(not infant, because they knew that the older child was less often adopted) with no special needs. The parent company in Taiwan sent reports to a contracting agency in Hawaii, accurately describing child and his disabilities. The agency in Hawaii deleted these significant facts before forwarding the reports to the parents. Consequently, the parents had no idea about his disabilities.
2. The parents, in good faith, accepted the reports from the adoption agency in Hawaii, went to Taiwan to receive the child. They have now had him for approximately 6 months. It became immediately apparent that there were significant problems.
3. After extensive medical /psychological/educational evaluations, he was referred to a behaviorist and psychiatrist whose diagnosis was childhood schizophrenia.
4.The financial instability is not the significant factor. As I mentioned in our earlier communication, the mother is ill due to stress and the the stability of the marriage is threatened.
My question is what recourse does the parent have? There must be some justice for the parents who, in good faith, adopted a child under these highly questionable circumstances.