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Adoptive Families: Picking the Right Adoptive Parents

Picking the right adoptive parents is not as difficult as you may think. If you are pregnant and considering adoption you may be wondering how in the world are you supposed to know who these people are and if they can be trusted to raise your baby. Well, rest assured. Under Indiana law, in order […]

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Post Adoption Agreement: Send Your Adoption Updates! Part Two

Adoptive parents can never include too many photos or too much information about the child in their adoption updates. Birth parents enjoy seeing the child doing different activities, spending time with family members, and the child’s reactions to different things, even including photos of the child crying or having a temper tantrum, all of which […]

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Heartfelt Adoption Reconnection

Friday was amazing day for an adoptee and her biological mother. I cannot put into words the intensity and beauty of this re-connection. About ten minutes into the meeting I asked the adoptee how she felt and she said that she experienced an incredible weight being lifted from her and a sense of peace. As […]

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Is it Unfair to Require an Unnamed Father to Register with a Putative Father Registry prior to the Birth of the Child?

A “putative father” is a man whose legal relationship to a child has not been established (for example — not the husband of the mother), but claims, or is alleged, to be the father to a child. The Indiana Putative Father Registry was created to protect putative fathers’ parental rights. By registering with the Indiana […]

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Adoption Deception: Know Who You Are Working With

Adoption Deception: Michelle Greenberg was recently arrested in Indianapolis on charges relating to committing adoption fraud. The Affidavit for Probable Cause filed by the Indiana State Police alleges that Greenberg, working on behalf of Attorney Mark Reder-Yera, claimed to have had an expectant mother interested in making an adoption plan with prospective adoptive parents. According […]

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How Do I Put My Baby Up for Adoption?

To “put my baby up for adoption” means first and foremost, you love your baby. Women do not “give up my baby for adoption” and frankly they do not “put my baby up for adoption.” What they do is love their baby and want for their baby a life they know, at this moment in […]

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