I have No Prenatal Care. Can I still opt for Adoption in Pensacola?

I have No Prenatal Care. Can I still opt for Adoption

I have No Prenatal Care. Can I still opt for Adoption in Pensacola?

I am pregnant and thinking about giving my baby up for adoption in Florida. I have a few questions: –

·       I have no prenatal care, so can I still opt for adoption?

·       How much do I need to pay for putting my baby up for adoption?

·       Who can help me to start the adoption process?

·       When can I start the adoption process?

Giving your baby up for adoption requires courage and strength. Not every mother who is going through an unplanned pregnancy is able to place her child for adoption. If you choose to give your baby up for adoption, The Law Offices of Berkowitz & White, PLLC is ready to help you.

How Can We Help You Avail Prenatal Care during Pregnancy?

Making an Adoption Plan

Once you decide to place your child up for adoption, we help you to create an adoption plan. Typically, three types of adoption plans are available: open, semi-open, and closed. You’ll choose the best one for you and your child based on your preference. If you want, we can create a custom adoption plan for you.

Choosing the Right Adoptive Family

Finding the right adoptive family for your baby is significant. Our experienced and caring team members will help you to find the right family for your baby.

Getting Birth Mother Assistance

Birth mothers can get assistance with rent, medical bills, maternity clothing, telephone bills, and travel allowance up to six weeks postpartum. Remember to make an adoption plan to get these benefits.

Post Adoption Communication

Once the adoption process is over, your child will start staying with the adoptive family. If your adoption plan allows you to contact your child after placement, we’ll help you. Use Adoptswap to connect with the adoptive family and receive updates on your baby.

Contact The Law Offices of Berkowitz & White, PLLC

Not sure how to navigate an unplanned pregnancy? Our team is here to help you. Feel free to contact us anytime you want. We work 24/7, 365 days a year for our birth mothers.

Call: (850)-610-4166 OR 561-633-5548

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