Considering the crap this nation's law givers have dragged us though, given our newly endowed human rights, this issue ought to be resolved in our favor asap.
I've reported on another thread that I knew of such a couple, next door neighbors of a friend. I think they'd been together about 40 years, the elder dying in his 80s when the younger was in his 60s. The older guy had Palm Beach money, a trust, so purposely sought to protect his lover's inheritance with adoption. Upon his death, his family fought the now decades old adoption, I believe nullifying it but I don't recall precisely, at that time it being illegal in Florida for gays to adopted.
We were all horrified. Our friend was kicked out of the house he'd lived in most of his life and lost everything bestowed upon him by his lover of more than 4 decades. He suddenly found himself a grieving widow in his 60s stripped of everything.
Florida owes him. This country owes us. That they forced us to suffer the indignity of loving as partner those adults we adopted to protect as our children. That they fed into the disgusting stereotype of gays as pedophile that even our own younger generations would disgustingly try to superimpose upon their elders today. That they'd strip us of those protections as it suited them, they need now to restore some stolen dignity and allow the annulment of adoption, imagined ramifications to the children of real, not such convenient adoption be damned.