As a family law attorney, nothing gives me more satisfaction then helping someone adopt a child.
If you ask most people to describe an adoption, they will tell you a story of new adoptive parents bringing a child home from the hospital to their home and that is how their adoption story begins.
In the past that has been the traditional adoption (private adoption), and seeing the new mom and dad holding their baby is amazing for all.
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However, adoption has many faces and traditional adoptions are no longer the norm. In my practice, I have seen an uptake of non-traditional/foster care adoptions.
Life happens and sometimes parents are not able to care for their children. Sometimes this is only for a short period of time in which case a guardianship may be appropriate.
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However, there are times the parents are not able to care for their children due to a myriad of reasons that range from:
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