Post-Adoption Planning: What Single Parents Should Consider

I just adopted as a single parent. What should I do to protect the rights of myself and my child?

Newly adoptive single parents, now is the time to think about the last thing you want to consider: your own death or disability. This is especially critical in cases where the adoption is not yet finalized, because the child is in legal limbo until finalization. For example, if a biological father who had not expressed an interest in the child previously gains interest as result of the death or disability of an adoptive mother (or father, or couple), he could ...

I just adopted as a single parent. What should I do to protect the rights of myself and my child?

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