Do I Get Paid for Placing My Baby for Adoption in Florida?
I am pregnant and thinking about giving my baby up for adoption. I don’t know how to manage my expenses. Do I get paid for placing my baby for adoption? The answer is NO. You will not get paid for giving your child up for adoption. But, as a birth mother, you can get the birth mother benefits, depending upon the law of your state. If you are from Florida, you will be able to get six weeks of assistance after delivery. But how will you get this benefit? All you need to do is contact an adoption agency or an attorney to avail birth mother’s assistance.
The Law Offices of Berkowitz & White, PLLC is a trusted adoption attorney in Florida. We are local and licensed in Florida. We provide individual and affordable legal services to birth mothers. No matter what your circumstances are, whatever direction you are moving, we are here for you.
How do I get Paid for Placing My Baby for Adoption?
Get medical insurance benefits and hospital support. We will help you get the prenatal care you need during pregnancy. Post-pregnancy, our team will help you to get medical benefits for up to six weeks.
As a birth mother, you can get financial help during your pregnancy and up to six weeks after pregnancy. These living expenses include:
· Medical bills
· Maternity clothing
We can pay the deposit and several months of rent.
Get the amount you’ve paid for buying clothing during your pregnancy.
We reimburse your telephone bills during this pregnancy period.
A birth mother needs to go for medical check-ups frequently. We offer two-way transportation bills during this pregnancy phase.
Birth Mother Counseling
Pre-adoption counseling helps you to plan for yourself and your child. Post-adoption counseling lets you get back to your life before pregnancy.
Get photographs and other information depending on the adoption plan through the Adoptswap application.