Congrats To Our National Adoption Month Pro Bono Service Winners!

Every November, in honor of National Adoption Month, Adoption Network Law Center (ANLC) asks hopeful Adopting Parents to share their stories of what led them to adoption.  Adoption Network Law Center reviews all of the stories and selects one family to receive pro bono ANLCservices.  Today, on National Adoption Day, ANLC is excited to announce that this year’s recipients of pro bono services are Charles and Alyssa.  Charles and Alyssa have been married for 7 years. ...

Free Adoption Seminar

Join us to hear from adoption experts who will discuss the most important issues for families considering newborn adoption in the U.S.RSVP by November 3rd 1-800-367-2367*Due to technical difficulties, we will no longer be broadcasting the Complimentary Adoption Seminar live on Facebook. The full seminar video will be posted at a later date, following the event. If you have any questions, please call us at 1-800-367-2367

Hillary Clinton’s Involvement and Views on Adoption Over Her Political Career

A well-known advocate for women and children, it would then make sense that Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton would have an equally strong stance on the family. While her opinions are clear on some topics, however, they are often muddled elsewhere. Where she stands in firm support of “full federal equality for all LGBT Americans” on her campaign website, she has no conclusive comment on the adoption process for same-sex couples. Where she pushes paid family leave she also remains quiet on w...

Birth Mom Finds Opportunity In Adoption

A few years ago, Britney Perez was a typical Hispanic teenager. She was in her first semester of her senior year in high school. She had just turned 18. She was dating a boy from the neighborhood and suddenly found herself pregnant.  She’d never had a job and didn’t have a driver’s license; how would she take care of a child when she wasn’t ready to take care of herself? She considered her options – keep the baby, abort the baby, place the baby for adoption. She reached out to her support g...

What Open Adoption Means to My Family

I am proud to be building my family through open adoption. As hopeful adoptive parents, Sean and I were thrilled to have the opportunity to meet our daughter’s birth mother, Paige, during her pregnancy.   Just one week after we were matched, Sean and I flew to Paige’s small hometown and met her at a restaurant.  She was shy, reserved, polite, and very sweet.  We hit it off immediately, and this personal meeting helped all three of us feel a sense of peace and comfort about...