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How Do I Give Up A Baby For Adoption?

You can contact a national adoption agency, a local adoption agency, or an adoption law firm, like Adoption Attorneys Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”). We, at Kirsh & Kirsh, have helped numerous expectant mothers and birth mothers find loving, secure, happy homes for their precious, newborn babies for 35+ years, throughout Indiana and […] Keep Reading

Pregnant Thinking About Adoption

I am Pregnant, Thinking About Adoption, But Don’t Know What To Do, And I’m Running Out Of Time

We, at Adoption Attorneys Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”), can help you with putting the baby up for adoption, or more correctly, making an adoption plan for your baby, whether you are early in your pregnancy, about to deliver, or have already delivered a baby. We have over 35+ years of experience arranging […] Keep Reading

Give Up My Baby For Adoption

I don’t Know If I can live With Myself If I Give Up My Baby For Adoption

In our 35+ years of experience, having worked with numerous expectant mothers with adoption throughout Indiana, we, at Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”), believe all women thinking about placing their babies up for adoption, or more correctly, making adoption plans for their babies, share the same concern. However, many women, with untimely pregnancies […] Keep Reading

Giving Baby up for adoption

I Cannot Afford To Pay Attorney Fees. Will I Have To If I Contact Adoption Attorneys Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“KIRSH & KIRSH”) About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption?

No. If you contact Kirsh & Kirsh about placing your baby up for adoption, or more correctly, making an adoption plan for your baby, you will not pay attorney fees. In the 35+ years and many successful, newborn adoptions Kirsh & Kirsh has arranged, Kirsh & Kirsh has NEVER charged birth parents or a birth […] Keep Reading

Post Adoption Indiana

Post Adoption Contact Agreements in Indiana

Indiana Code 31-19-16 allows for post adoption contact agreements (PACA) between adoptive parents and biological parents that are willing to sign a consent to the adoption.  Indiana Code 31-19-16.5 allows for post adoption contact agreements between siblings that are being adopted.  The former happens much more often than the latter. This is because siblings are […] Keep Reading

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