May 13, 2022 Birth Mothers
Talking to Family About Private Adoption in Florida?
Some expectant birth mothers are afraid to share their adoption plans with family out of fear they will be judged or their family will try to stop the private adoption in Florida from happening. If this is the case, and you need help, ACF Adoptions is here for you. We can help you come up with ways to share your adoption plan with your family in the safest and most comfortable way.
Adoption is YOUR Choice to Make
It is important to fully understand YOUR rights. If you’re over the age of 14, NO member of your family can stop you from pursuing adoption in Florida, if you are over the age of 14 years. It is your decision to make! Florida adoption law requires the birth mother be over the age of 14 years to place a baby for adoption without parental consent. Only the birth parents have parental rights to the baby.
Need Help with a Private Adoption in Florida Today?
Parents who are unsupportive of a private adoption in Florida can affect your overall adoption experience. Adoption is an emotional time for everyone, especially for you. It is in everyone’s best interest for your close family members to provide support. If you need help talking to your family about private adoption in Florida, ACF Adoptions can help you. When you make an adoption plan with us, we provide you with a caring adoption counselor who will help guide you through the adoption process. They can help you explore your options so you can make the best plan for your baby.
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