"It seems like adoption is so expensive, almost like it is buying a baby. Why does it have to cost so much when all we want to do is help a child in need?"
Many families have a similar reaction when they discover that there is a cost to private adoption. Learning more about the costs often help families understand who the fees go to and what they are for. Today, Lifetime is giving you a quick rundown to help understand adoption costs!Read More
When you’re trying to afford infant adoption, it’s important to cut costs and save money wherever you can. Lifetime Adoption suggests creating an adoption budget, and setting up a separate bank account specifically for adoption funds. Today, we’re sharing 20 effective ways that you can save up for your adoption:Read More
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Here's a frequently-asked question about birth mother expenses: "If a birth mother decides to not place her baby with us, can we get back the money we paid for her living expenses during the pregnancy?"
Most adoptive couples are open to helping out with living expenses, and many birth mothers greatly need this help.
Keep reading to learn more about birth mother expenses!Read More
Many couples who come to adoption, especially those who may have spent a lot of money and emotion on fertility treatments, are hesitant to spend money on adoption. And many ask “Why isn’t adoption free?”
It seems like it should be simple… A birth mother wants to place her baby, a couple wants to adopt a baby, it should take minimal effort, right? The truth is that there is so much that goes on to make adoptions happen. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are wondering why adoption agencies have to charge parents for adoption services:Read More
Many adoptive families budget, save, and get loans in order to afford to adopt. Then, they end up paying off loans for many years. But what if you could adopt without going into debt at the same time?Read More