If you want to adopt a child or you want to put a child up for adoption but maintain anonymity a closed adoption is your best choice. A skilled Seneca closed adoption attorney can help guide you through the adoption process and inform you of your rights.
Closed adoptions, also known as confidential adoptions, is the adoption process that allows the identities of the child’s biological parents to be kept sealed. This prevents both the adopted child and the biological parents from having any contact with each other.
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