If you are pregnant and considering a closed adoption for your child, you might be wondering how to proceed with the process. Luckily, you have come to the right place. The Law Office of Madonna. M. Finney will help you do the best for you and your child.
Every birth mother has different preferences regarding how involved they’d like to be in their child’s life post-placement. As a mother, we believe only you know what is best for your child.
The Choice Is Yours
When you make an adoption plan with The Adoption Law Offices of Madonna M. Finney, you can have an open, semi-open, or closed adoption in Florida. There is no right or wrong decision when deciding whether you’d like an open or closed adoption. The choice is up to you. Talking to us in no way obligates you to make an adoption plan for your baby.
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. It helps the adoptive family to provide the best care for your child.
Important steps to be considered
- List your preferences regarding your child’s adoption and adoptive family.
- Create your hospital plan.
Now that you have a guide to help you figure out the steps to create your closed adoption plan hope you feel more ready to list your preferences regarding your child’s adoption and future adoptive parents.
You’re not alone if you feel intimidated by having to make all of these critical decisions! Take as much time as you need to think about what you want and what’s most important.
Feel free to reach out to us for help. It is 100% free and confidential. Our adoption professionals will be more than willing to assist you with your adoption-related needs.
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