Working With An Adoption Attorney In Florida
In This Article, You Will Discover…
- How children are placed for adoption in Florida.
- What happens when you decide to adopt or place your child for adoption.
- Why it is important to have an experienced advocate during the adoption process.
- And more…
You Deserve The Best. You Can Find It At The Law Office Of Charlotte H. Danciu, Esq.
I have been practicing for over 35 years in adoption and surrogacy. I’ve worked with many wonderful people from all walks of life, including birth mothers, adoptive parents, intended parents, and surrogate mothers.
My experience is what stands out. While working in the adoption and surrogacy field, I have encountered the good, the bad, the ups, and the downs, and I’ve always been able to resolve them with a positive outcome.
How Does Someone Place Their Child With An Adoptive Family?
Our agency places your child with an adopted family with your guidance and approval using the following steps:
- You contact us and tell us what you want in a family.
- We look at the families on our waiting list and advise you about them.
- You would choose the family you feel would best suit your child.
Are You Able To Choose An Adoptive Family For Your Child?
You can choose an adoptive family for your child. We have many families from all walks of life, from all religious backgrounds, ethnic backgrounds, and interests. You may choose the family for your child and meet them if that is your preference.
How Do We Help A Birth Mother During Her Pregnancy?
We help birth mothers in many ways and start by identifying a wonderful family to adopt her child. Then, the immaculate Florida surrogacy laws allow us to provide birth mothers with living expenses such as rent, groceries, transportation, clothing, and all of their needs during pregnancy so that she feels good, eats well, and has a healthy baby.
We also help birth mothers with obtaining medical care and insurance. Most importantly, we help birth mothers have peace of mind because they make a very selfless but difficult decision. While we can’t make it easy, we can make it less complicated by matching her with a lovely family who will appreciate her, take care of her child, and give her updates through the years to come so that she knows she made the right choice for her child.
Why Would A Birth Mother Need The Help Of An Attorney?
It’s critical to have an attorney involved in the process because you want to know that your child will be safe and loved when placed with their adoptive family. Having an attorney, such as myself, who’s been practicing in this field for over 35 years and does extensive background and home study searches on the families, is a much safer way to go about the process.
Unfortunately, there is a black market where people offer large sums of money for a child. When you forgo an attorney, you don’t know if your child will be safe or end up in something terrible like a trafficking ring. Retaining an attorney is also vital as we can provide you with living expenses, medical care, and the things you need to have a healthy pregnancy and child.
Unfortunately, there is a black market out there where people will offer a lot of money for a child, but then you don’t know if your child is going to be safe or end up in something terrible like a trafficking ring. Retaining an attorney is also vital as we are able to provide you with living expenses, medical care, and the things that you need to have a healthy pregnancy and child.
For more information on Experience In Handling The Adoption Process In FL, a free initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (561) 330-6700 today.