TODAY BIRTH PARENTS HAVE MORE OPTIONS THAN EVER BEFORE.
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.
Understanding your options empowers you to make the critical decisions that effect you and your child's future.
Combinations of above
What are the differences between them?
Which plan will best suit your needs?
Which option would you feel most comfortable with?
As an adoption attorney I represent only the birth parents or the adoptive parents.
To avoid any potential conflict of interest, I never represent both sides for the same adoption plan.
I DO NOT represent adoption agencies, nor do I receive compensation for children privately placed in adoptive homes. As such, you can be certain that any advice I give will be impartial and unbiased. When I represent a birth parent they can be certain that I will represent them and advocate for them whole-heartedly.
Should you decide that you want to parent your child, I am can help you find resources available in your area that can assist you.
If you choose to proceed with an adoption plan I can assist you in choosing an adoptive plan that is right for you.
Whether you decide to make an adoptive plan or not, your decision should be based on sound legal advice and in a voluntary manner.
There is no charge for consultation.
Should you decide to make an adoption plan, the adoptive parents or agency will traditionally pay for your legal fees.