If you are unable to meet the legal and moral responsibilities of parenthood, there are professional adoption services and agencies to help you find a loving forever home for your baby. Know your rights. As the birth parent of a child, you have a set of legal and moral rights. The courts have repeatedly held that it is a fundamental liberty to raise your child as you wish.
We will answer your adoption questions and assist you in making the process a positive experience. The information resources are currently being reviewed and will be updated as soon as possible.Parents may consider adoption if they need to secure a permanent family to care for their child.The Adoption Act 2009 sets out information that must be provided to parents before they can consent to their child being adopted.
The links below may help you fund or finance some of these costs.Please note: Inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement by AFABC. If the mother is not married, the intended father in a surrogacy arrangement can be registered as the father on the birth certificate in order to obtain parental responsibility. Otherwise, parents involved in a surrogacy arrangement can obtain legal parent.
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