From the Child Welfare Information Gateway, this factsheet is an introduction to the many pathways to building a family through adoption. It provides a basic understanding of the different types of adoption and guides you to relevant resources.
The Factsheet from Child Welfare Information Gateway addresses how prospective adoptive parents make the decision to adopt, such as with the help of a public or private agency or an independent provider. It introduces the different types of adoption and guides you to relevant resources.
Find basic information, rules, regulations and forms about marriage, child custody, adoption, domestic partnerships, emancipation of minors, paternity, guardianship, child abuse, living together, reproductive rights, domestic violence, parental rights and liability, foster care, surrogacy and artifical conception.
From the Child Welfare Information Gateway, this fact sheet can answer initial questions as a prospective foster or adoptive parent and better inform the first stage of the decision. Your experiences may be based on where you live; current local, state, and national events;
This factsheet from the Child Welfare Information Gateway provides a guide to intercountry adoption, including information on requirements and processes you may need before and after you are matched with a child; how to select an adoption service provider and eligibility, immigration, and citizenship requirements.
This collection of family law-related information identifies numerous sites with materials on substantive law, government and court procedures, forms and other resources of practical use to family law attorneys.
A factsheet from the Child Welfare Information Gateway, find information to help you and your family support your child in developing a healthy racial and cultural identity and live a vibrant multicultural life.