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I Am Thinking About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption But Don’t Know If The Father Will Object

Some women thinking about giving up a baby for adoption, or more correctly “making an adoption plan for their baby,” choose not to identify the father for various reasons, which Indiana Law allows and is the subject of a previous blog (http://www.indianaadoption.com/can-i-give-up-my-baby-for-adoption-even-if-the-father-doesnt-want-me-to/). But, sometimes, the father knows of the pregnancy and possibly the adoption but […]

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give up my baby for adoption even if the father doesn’t want me to

Can I give up my baby for adoption even if the father doesn’t want me to?

Many expectant mothers thinking about giving their babies up for adoption, or more correctly, making an adoption plan for their unborn babies, ask this question. Most importantly, if you are considering placing your child for adoption, it is critical that you consult with experienced adoption attorneys, like Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”) about […]

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Getting paid to give up baby for adoption

How Much Will I Get Paid To Give My Baby Up For Adoption?

If you have an unplanned pregnancy and are considering your options, whether or not those options include abortion, and you do not know how you can financially get yourself to your due date and through the post-partum recovery period, it is important for you to know that Indiana Law allows adoptive parents to help a […]

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I'm Pregnant Need Adoption Help

I cannot believe I am pregnant again. What should I do?

At Adoption Attorneys Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”), we have worked with a number of birth mothers who put their babies up for adoption or, more correctly made an adoption plan for their newborns and returned to us with another unplanned pregnancy.  One such birth mother said that she was hesitant to call […]

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Why Should I Work With An Adoption Agency or Adoption Attorney to Find An Adoptive Family For My Unborn Baby – Rather Than Find A Family On My Own?

For a pregnant woman thinking about giving up her baby for adoption, or more correctly – making an adoption plan, finding families wanting to adopt is really easy. In fact, if you are pregnant and considering adoption, some of those families hoping to adopt may have already approached you (or had someone else approach you […]

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last minute adoption plan

Time For Every Season

As the Bible says in Ecclesiastes 3:1, “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven . . . .” For prospective adoptive parents waiting and wondering if a birth mother will ever choose them, time passes at a glacial pace. They fear that they will never realize their dreams […]

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Thinking Of Placing MY Baby For Adoption

Does a Birth Mother have to Identify the Father of the Baby to Make an Adoption Plan for placing their baby for adoption?

This question gets asked a lot. The answer depends on the state in which the adoption will be filed and the relationship of the father to the birth mother or expectant mother. As an extreme example, states typically protect the rights of the birth mother’s husband more than the rights of a rapist. Most birth […]

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how to adopt out my baby

Do I have to Contact an Out of State Adoption Agency to have my baby Adopted out by families living in another state?

If you are pregnant and thinking of placing your child for adoption or making an adoption plan for your recently born baby, you have the option to place your child in the same state as yours or with families living in a different city. Indiana Adoption Law Firm of Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C., can assist […]

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last minute adoption plan for Child

Is it too late to “Give up my baby” for adoption?

Is it too late to “Give up my baby” for adoption – my baby has already been born (in fact, I am still in the hospital) or due any day? The short answer is “No,” if you contact a reputable adoption agency or experienced adoption attorneys, such as Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”). […]

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