Adopting a Baby in the U.S.
Everything you need to know about bringing a baby into your forever family.
The entire article, Adopting a Baby in the U.S., is featured on Adoption.com
Since we have adopted three babies, I’m excited to share all the need-to-know information with you on adopting a baby in the U.S. The adoption process can feel overwhelming at first (there’s so much to learn!), but really you will get help through the entire process if you go with a great adoption agency or adoption attorney. They can guide you step-by-step through the entire process. Our agency was instrumental in providing support and encouragement as we walked the adoption path. I’m so glad we were brave enough to take that journey. If I can be of any help, please let me know!
Here’s a snippet of the article (with a link to read the whole thing!)
Are you interested in adopting a baby in the U.S.? Then you’ve come to the right place for guidance and tips about starting on your adoption journey. Adopting a baby in the U.S. is also known as domestic infant adoption, which involves a birth mother making the decision to place a baby with adoptive parents. If you are interested in beginning your domestic adoption journey, you will need to select a licensed adoption agency or adoption attorney. Before you choose one, it is important to find out the fees and requirements for domestic adoption as it varies based on the agency. Every state sets its own laws concerning adoption requirements, so it’s good to know what your state requires before you begin.
What about the Cost for Adopting a Baby in the U.S.?
Domestic adoption costs vary widely, from $20,000 to $40,000. These fees help provide the staffing and paperwork for the adoption process and often include other fees.
Although the overall cost can be intimidating, it’s important to remember that there are ways to fund your adoption.
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