Pregnant and Considering Adoption?

Adoption is a beautiful opportunity to give the gift of life. We understand that the decision to place a child from an unplanned pregnancy (or older children) for adoption is a difficult one. Circumstances surrounding unplanned pregnancies are often complicated. We respect and honor your selfless decision to give your child the best life possible in a loving and supportive family.

Adoption Options

We thank you for choosing life and allowing your child to have a life full of love with lots of giggles, hugs, and smiles. We would love the opportunity to help you find adoptive parents through profiles, many of whom are unable to have children of their own. Our waiting parents have all been screened and have approved home studies. Most of our adoptions are closed or semi-open. Semi-open adoptions may have the opportunity to meet the adoptive parents and receive updates, cards, and pictures.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Adoption

Eligibility to adopt a child varies by state and country but generally includes individuals and couples over a certain age (usually 18 or 21) who can demonstrate the financial, emotional, and physical capability to care for a child. This includes single parents and married couples. Background checks and home studies are standard parts of the assessment process to ensure a safe and stable environment for the child.

The duration of the adoption process can vary widely depending on several factors, including the type of adoption (domestic infant, foster care, international), the agency or attorney involved, and the child’s and adoptive parents’ specific circumstances. It can range from several months to a few years. Patience and flexibility are essential throughout this process.

The cost of adoption can vary dramatically based on the route you choose. Domestic adoptions through the foster care system can be minimal in cost, often with state subsidies available. Private and international domestic adoptions can be significantly more expensive, potentially costing tens of thousands of dollars. Many adoptive parents seek grants, loans, and fundraising opportunities to help cover these expenses.

Once an adoption is legally finalized, it is permanent, and birth parents cannot reclaim parental rights. However, before finalization, birth parents typically have a revocation period (the length varies by state) during which they can decide to reverse their decision. The specifics of this period and the rights of all parties involved are critical to understand in advance.

An open adoption allows some form of contact or information exchange between the adoptive family and the birth family, according to agreed terms. This can range from sending letters and photos through the agency to direct contact. A closed adoption, conversely, involves no exchange of information or contact post-adoption. Preferences for open or closed adoptions are personal and can be specified early in the adoption process.

How Our Law Offices Help With Adoption Services

  • Free Confidential Consultations
  • Supportive and Non-judgmental environment
  • Financial Assistance (As allowed by FL Law)
  • Assistance with locating a loving adoptive family
  • Assistance with the adoption plan and placement
  • Post placement follow-up
  • Post placement counseling​