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Newborn & Infant Adoption

NEWBORN & INFANT ADOPTION

Newborn & Infant Adoption

The adoption law firm of Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C., with our 30+ years of experience handling adoptions throughout Indiana and with other states, can assist in identifying a newborn to adopt and handling the arrangements if you have already found an expectant mother or birth mother.

We are happy to speak with you by telephone, without cost or obligation, to answer questions about your particular situation or email you general information about our adoption program. Adoption is an exciting and, often stressful, process. As the expression goes, “This is not our first rodeo.” We will provide direct, honest advice.

Please explore the resources on this page and throughout our website. When you're ready, click the Contact Us button to get this exciting process started.

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If I Give Up My Baby For Adoption, Will DCS Get involved In The Adoption?

No. The Indiana Department of Children Services (“DCS”) will not get involved BECAUSE you place a newborn for adoption. DCS investigates children in need of services, children who suffer from neglect or abuse, sometimes referred to as “CHINS.” A child placed for adoption through an adoption law firm, like Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & […] Keep Reading

WHO IS THE BEST ADOPTION AGENCY OR ADOPTION ATTORNEY IN INDIANA?

As the expression goes, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Who is “Best,” in many ways is a matter of personal preference. However, in forming an opinion a person may want to consider a few factors: Which adoption attorney or adoption agency has the most number of years of experience? Some will add […] Keep Reading

Is It Too Late To Give My Baby Up For Adoption After I Have Brought The Baby Home From The Hospital?

No, it is not too late. Over the last 35+ years, we, at Adoption Attorneys Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. (“Kirsh & Kirsh”), have helped a number of birth mothers, throughout Indiana, put their babies up for adoption (make adoption plans) after they have left the hospital with the babies. In many, but not all, of […] Keep Reading

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