After Placing My Baby for Adoption, will I be Able to Meet My Child?

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After Placing My Baby for Adoption, will I be Able to Meet My Child?

I am unexpectedly pregnant and planning to place my baby for adoption. What will happen after placement? Will I be able to see my baby? Can I talk to my child? We understand that you must be overwhelmed. However, in today’s era, adoption isn’t always the end.

Birth mothers who consider putting up their babies through The Law Offices of Berkowitz & White PLLC can easily choose the type of adoption they want.

This is a highly personal choice that a birth mother makes. We guide them on how to choose the best adoption plan for their child based on the type of relationship they want to have with their child and the adoptive parents.

 Every individual is unique, and so is every adoption journey. The needs, desires, and life choices of expectant birth mothers will differ. We promise to help you navigate all adoption plans and respect your decision.

Open and Semi-Open Adoption

Most adoptions today are either open or semi-open adoptions. If you want to place your child up for adoption, it’s essential to know that placement day is not the last day you see your baby. The adoptive parents and birth parents can share their contact details through AdoptSwap.

They can exchange photographs and other information with the help of AdoptSwap to connect with each other without risking their privacy. The birth mother may also send letters and pictures and exchange emails with the adoptive family so that her child can get to know her too.

In open adoptions, usually, the birth family and adoptive parents share names, phone numbers, and further personal details can be exchanged. They often get to know each other before the adoption process takes place. They generally stay in touch even after the adoption papers are signed. However, each post-adoption relationship is different from the others.

Closed Adoption

Closed adoption is an arrangement in which very little information is shared between the adoptive family and the birth family. Pictures and letters are not shared after the adoption either.  

Place your Child for Adoption with Us

When you create an adoption plan for your baby, you will need to decide the type of post-adoption relationship you’d like to have with the adoptive family. There are pros and cons to every kind of arrangement. Only you know which path is the right one for you to take.

No matter your decision, it needs to be a well-thought-out choice. Do your research and talk to an adoption professional like us before making the final decision. The Law Offices of Berkowitz & White PLLC are here to guide you with the resources, support, and counseling you need in this difficult time.

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