Are you pregnant and considering closed adoption for your baby in Florida? When parenting is not an option for you, choosing adoption can be a loving alternative. Every Birth mother’s situation is unique, and may have different preferences when deciding how much openness to have in the adoption process. As a mother, we believe only you know what is best for your child.
When you make an adoption plan with The Adoption Law Offices of Madonna M. Finney, you can choose between open, semi-open, or closed adoptions in Florida. One of the most common questions a pregnant mother may ask is what is better – a closed or an open adoption for her baby. There is no right or wrong decision when deciding whether you’d like an open or closed adoption. You’ll need to consider how the post-adoption relationship fits your requirements. We will help you to navigate your options and answer all your questions. Reaching out will in no way obligate you to make an adoption plan for your baby.
The Concept of Closed Adoption in Florida
A closed adoption is a type of adoption arrangement where there is no exchange of identifying information, and a birth parent has no direct contact with the adoptive family and her child after placement.
However, with a closed adoption arrangement, we request you provide some background information like your medical, social, and family medical history. This helps the adoptive family best meet the needs of the child. For example, if the child has been exposed to alcohol or drugs or is predisposed to any disease, like autism or diabetes, the adoptive family will know what to look out for as the child grows, and to seek the best care for the child. We provide this information to the adoptive family in a manner that keeps your identity anonymous.
Make the Right Adoption Choice with Us Today
We are ready to help you in this journey. Feel free to reach out to us. Our team is here for you 24/7 to answer all your queries related to the adoption process.
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