Adopting Your Child: Options, Answers, and Actions
Are you considering adopting a child, but are intimidated by stories of long waiting lists, investigations into your private life, and outrageous costs? It doesn't have to be that way. This comprehensive guide can direct you to the adoption of your choice: an infant obtained through a private arrangement, a special-needs child adopted using a public agency, an international adoption, or some other plan suited for you.
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Four steps to becoming your own advocate
Recent federal laws that affect adoption
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