§ 7-115. Written relinquishment must state.
A permanent relinquishment must be in writing and must state the following:
A. That the person executing the document is voluntarily and unequivocally consenting to the adoption of the minor;
B. An understanding that after the permanent relinquishment is executed, it is final and, except for fraud or duress, may not be revoked or set aside for any reason except as otherwise authorized in this chapter;
C. That the person executing the permanent relinquishment is represented by counsel or has waived any right to counsel;
D. That the execution of the permanent relinquishment does not terminate any duty of the person executing the permanent relinquishment to support the minor until the adoption is completed;
E. That the person executing the permanent relinquishment has not received or been promised any money or anything of value for the permanent relinquishment, except for payments authorized by law; and
F. That the person believes the adoption of the minor is in the minor’s best interest.