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Do I need to hire an attorney for an independent adoption?

Not everyone is able to have a child of their own, so they may decide to adopt one as an alternative. Even those who are able to may still find that they want to adopt a child and raise them as their own. When the decision has been made to move forward with an adoption, the one thing people must decide is what form of adoption they will use.

Typically, when an individual or a couple decides to adopt, they have several options as to how they can complete this process. An agency adoption is a common type of adoption, but many people still choose to do an independent adoption. This particular form of adoption does not involve an agency and is negotiated between the biological parents and the people or person adopting the child.

Although an independent adoption may seem like the better choice to many people, it is not any different when it comes to the possibility of problems during the process. There are laws that must be adhered to and paperwork to be signed, which is all the more reason for people to find an attorney to assist them.

Adopting a child is one of the most selfless things a person can do. Going into this, you want the best outcome and that may require the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney, as they can make sure things go smoothly. This process can be both exciting and stressful, but in the end, it will be worth it if the adoption is a success.

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