When starting to research adoption, many people have one thought in their minds--to bring home a baby or child who will be theirs forever. The child will have grandparents and aunts and uncles who will love them as though they were blood relations. But many adoptive couples find themselves faced with the reality that their child comes with biological family members as well. For some, the touchy navigation of familial relationships will never be an issue. But for other, biological family members may still want to have some sort of contact with the child.