Considering Adoption? Here’s How to Create an Adoption Plan for Your Child
Are you pregnant and thinking about adoption for your child? If you feel adoption is best for your child, you must contact an adoption attorney and create an adoption plan. It will help you through the process and clarify your decision.
Adoption attorneys like The Law Offices of Berkowitz & White, PLLC can help you understand the unplanned pregnancy options available. We will help you to make the right decision for you and your child. Whatever your situation, remember that we are here to help you 24/7.
What is An Adoption Plan?
An adoption plan is a process developed with the help of an adoption professional. It helps you determine your preferences related to the adoptive family and the level of post-adoption contact you want with the child.
There are three types of adoption plans available for birth mothers.
Types of Adoption Plans
Open adoption is the most common type of adoption plan pregnant women choose now. There is no single definition of open adoption. For some birth mothers, open adoption means meeting with adoptive parents before their child’s birth. For others, open adoption plans even allow establishing contact through letters, emails and calls after the baby is born.
A semi-open adoption falls in between open adoption and closed adoption. Most semi-open adoptions involve exchanging letters and pictures through an adoption agency or an adoption attorney. As a birth mother, you can determine how much contact you want with your child after adoption.
In a closed adoption, there will be no contact between the birth mother and the child. This plan is perfect for those who want to place their children in a family but do not want to stay in touch with them post-adoption.
Making an adoption plan for your baby is a selfless and courageous decision. Only a trusted adoption entity like The Law Offices of Berkowitz and White can help you to create a custom adoption plan for your child.
All you need to do is to call us at (850)-610-4166 or 561-633-5548. Once you talk to our adoption professional, you can make the best decision for yourself and your child. Remember, talking to us in no way obligates you to choose adoption.