Private Adoption

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Private adoption is generally an adoption that is arranged between the involved parties and involves only an attorney and homestudy agency. Typically, the most significant difference between a private adoption and an agency adoption is the use of an adoption agency to facilitate the match, do the networking and provide pre-placement counseling.

Private adoptions generally require potential adoptive parents to do their own networking for expectant parents as well as arrange the expectant parents pre-placement counseling, if its offered.

Some states do not allow private adoptions and require hopeful adoptive families to use licensed agencies in their state. A thorough research of the laws that govern your state is usually the first step required in deciding in private adoption is right for you.

For more information about private adoption, adoption law or to find an attorney, homestudy agency or adoption agency in your area, visit

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