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May 16, 2007
by yosako

Private Adoption

Private or private domestic adoption refers to any adoption not arranged by an agency or organization. In this instance, a child is adopted when the adoptive parents find a birth mother or child privately. Instead of seeking the help of an adoption agency, some people choose to search for a child on their own. In North America, rules for private domestic adoption vary from state to state and province to province. The government has laws regarding private adoption, while some areas may be flexible, others are not. To find out rules and laws for a particular state or province, a person might consult the government’s social services department or perhaps … Continue reading