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I Am About To Deliver And Thinking About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption But Cannot Leave My Home Because Of The COVID-19 “STAY AT HOME” Orders. What Are My Options?

Many pregnant women, in Indiana and around the country, thinking about placing a baby for adoption (making an adoption plan for your unborn baby) share your concern. You already face an impossibly difficult decision. You may feel that the stay-at-home order adds insult to injury and might wonder, “How much more can I take right […]

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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 (https://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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I don’t know if I can do an adoption – I think it will kill me not to be with my child

Most importantly, do NOT believe anyone who tells you that giving a baby up for adoption, or more accurately, making an adoption plan for a baby is easy. IT IS NOT. In fact, it is hard to imagine a more difficult decision than parting with a child – especially, the mother of a newborn who […]

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