Why work with Us?

The Adoption Law Office of Berkowitz & White PLLC has helped hundreds of women navigate the adoption process in Pensacola. Our experienced, knowledgeable, and caring team of attorneys and counselors is made up of highly respected adoption service providers. We’re available to you 24/7, every day of the year. Our adoption services are private and 100% confidential. You are never pressured to make an adoption plan, and we treat you with respect and dignity.

Types of Unplanned Pregnancy Options in Pensacola

Placing Your Child For
Foster Care

Putting Your Baby Up For
Adoption In Pensacola

Local Adoption Help in Pensacola

Local Adoption Help in Pensacola

Choice of Open, semi-open, and closed adoption plan

Financial, Medical, Rent, and other living expenses help

Custom adoption plan

Choosing the right adoptive family

Counseling and post-adoption support

Free Legal Advice and help

Life Skills Teacher, Career Strategist: A one-on-one mentor who is there for you daily to help guide you with all concerns

FAQs on Adoption Support

Yes, absolutely. You can even choose to meet them and spend time with them so that you can get to know them and learn about the future that is available for your child.

At any time during your pregnancy, while you are in the hospital, or even after you go home. Only you know when it is the right time to make that decision. There is nothing wrong with bringing your baby home and then realizing that you are not able to provide as you had hoped. Sometimes, you might have thought that you would have had more family support and find that those you thought could help you are no longer able to do so.

All families must be approved to adopt through the home study process. The family must undergo counseling and various screenings to be approved for a private placement adoption. This home study process includes FBI checks, state criminal checks, child abuse clearances, medical examinations, home inspections, examinations of financial records and multiple recommendations. This can be a time consuming and expensive process for prospective adoptive families and only those that can meet the standards are approved. This ensures that all children are placed in stable, safe and loving homes.

Additionally, if you choose to have contact after placement with the adoptive family, you will be able to receive letters and pictures that will show you the love and care the child is being provided.

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