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In private adoptions, agencies connect birth parents with parents. However, the levels of privacy and anonymity vary widely. Therefore, birth parents can remain anonymous, never meeting the parents personally. Some birth parents choose to be active in selecting adoptive parents, while others delegate parental selection to the agency. In some cases, birth parents mandate an open process that requires ongoing communication with future parents. However, it’s not uncommon for birth parents and prospective parents to meet before the adoption takes place.
In each of these scenarios, an attorney from Going and Plank will be your advocate and help you through a sometimes complicated process. We help you file petitions, complete home studies and obtain clearances, and assist you with the completion of reports. Certainly, we understand the added levels of complexity that sometimes present this process. If you want to talk to an experienced attorney about private adoption, click here.
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