Use of Advertising and Facilitators in Adoptive Placements: Summary of State Laws

Use of Advertising and Facilitators in Adoptive Placements: Summary of State Laws

by Child Welfare Information Gateway
     
 

Some people choose to adopt, and some birth parents choose to place their children for adoption, without the involvement of an agency. These placements are known as private placements or independent adoptions. Private placement is often preferred by people who want to adopt newborn infants domestically and utilize the services of an attorney or adoption services…  See more details below

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Some people choose to adopt, and some birth parents choose to place their children for adoption, without the involvement of an agency. These placements are known as private placements or independent adoptions. Private placement is often preferred by people who want to adopt newborn infants domestically and utilize the services of an attorney or adoption services provider or manage the process more on their own. The challenge for prospective adoptive parents in a private placement is locating a child who is appropriate for their family or finding birth parents seeking to place their child for adoption.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012961310
Publisher:
1001 Property Solutions LLC
Publication date:
06/17/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
26 KB

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