Gulf Coast Adoptions to Open Mobile Alabama Location
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
2M ago
Pensacola, FLA. (November 28, 2022) – Gulf Coast Adoptions, by Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon (GCA) is excited to announce a new location in Mobile, Alabama that will serve women who are facing unplanned pregnancies or who are no longer able to parent. The adoption practice has served Alabama and Florida for more than five years and starting December 1, will now have a physical location, 721 Oak Circle Dr. E., Mobile, Alabama, to meet with expectant mothers, birth parents and prospective adoptive families to provide guidance for their potential adoption plans. This announcements ..read more
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How Old Can a Child be to Place Them for Adoption?
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
3M ago
Most parents intend to raise their children to adulthood. Unfortunately, however, some parents face challenges that render them unable to properly care for their children. While most children are placed for adoption when they are infants, older children can be placed for adoption as well. If you are dealing with circumstances that might leave you incapable of parenting your child and you are wondering how old a child can be when they are placed for adoption, it is in your best interest to talk to a knowledgeable Pensacola adoption attorney.  At What Ages Can Children be Placed for Adoptio ..read more
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Can I still get an abortion in Alabama?
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
4M ago
Choosing whether to become a parent is a monumental decision. While many women have time to deliberate the question, others unexpectedly find themselves pregnant and must immediately determine what course of action to take. The issue is further complicated for women in Alabama and many other states due to the recent Supreme Court ruling altering abortion rights. If you are dealing with an unexcepted pregnancy in Alabama, it is prudent to speak with a knowledgeable attorney with Gulf Coast Adoptions promptly.  Can I still get an abortion in Alabama? As of June 2022, the Alabama Human Life ..read more
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Can I Still Get an Abortion in Florida?
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
4M ago
Women dealing with unplanned pregnancies are often uncertain about whether they want to be a parent. Until recently, women throughout the United States had a federally protected right to obtain abortions. Due to the recent Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, though, many women in Florida wonder whether they still have access to abortions and what other options are available if they unexpectedly find themselves pregnant. If you have questions about your options with an unplanned pregnancy, you should consult a Pensacola adoption attorney as soon as possible. Can I still get an abort ..read more
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The State is trying to terminate my rights. What are my options?
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
6M ago
Generally, Florida courts recognize that the bond between a parent and a child is sacred and will do their best to protect and maintain their relationship. In some instances, though, the State will attempt to sever the relationship due to the belief that it is no longer in the child’s best interests to continue to remain in the parent’s custody. If the State is trying to terminate your parental rights, you may feel hopeless and frustrated, but there are often options you can exercise to maintain custody of your child. If you have concerns regarding the termination of your parental rights, it i ..read more
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I no longer want to parent my child. What are my options?
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
6M ago
Being a parent is rewarding but can often be challenging and stressful. In some instances, parents lack the ability or means to parent their children and may have questions about their legal options. In Florida, there are legal methods of terminating parental rights that ensure children are properly cared for, and we recommend that anyone who is no longer able to raise their child to contact an adoption attorney as soon as possible. If you have uncertainties regarding whether you want to parent your child and your avenues for relinquishing custody, it is advisable to meet with dedicated Pensac ..read more
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Can I Leave My Baby at the Hospital?
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
11M ago
For many women, pregnancy is an exciting time during which they eagerly anticipate the birth of their child. Some women, though, lack the resources or ability to care for a child and are uncertain of what they will do once the child is born. Similarly, other expectant mothers encounter circumstances during their pregnancy that compel them to change their minds regarding raising their children. Deciding whether to give a child up for adoption can be overwhelming, and some women wait until the child is born before making a decision. As such, they may wonder whether they can leave their baby at t ..read more
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I am considering adoption for my child, What are the steps in Alabama?
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
1y ago
If you are pregnant and considering adoption in Alabama, you may have many questions about the process and about whether it is the right choice for you and your child. You may have searched for something like “placing my baby for adoption” or “putting my child up for adoption” and felt overwhelmed by the information that you found. You may even have more questions than you started with. Gulf Coast Adoptions can help you understand the process of an Alabama adoption to help you decide if adoption is right for you and your child. Making The Right Decision At Gulf Coast Adoptions, you will have t ..read more
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I am considering adoption for my child. What are the steps in Florida?
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
1y ago
Research and Discussion It is important to learn as much as you can about adoption and the adoption process to ensure you make the best choice for you and your child. If you are pregnant in Florida but for any reason you do not feel able or ready to care for your child, you may be considering adoption. Adoption allows you to place a child with a loving family. As you consider your options, it can help to understand Florida adoption law and the process of placing your child for adoption ..read more
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What to Know About the Adoption Tax Credit
Gulf Coast Adoptions Blog
by Mila
1y ago
The adoption tax credit applies to all adoptions, including private adoption and special needs adoption, with the exception of a stepparent adoption. Qualified Expenses The adoption tax credit is supposed to cover the cost of some expenses, known as “qualified expenses.” These include court, attorney and adoption fees along with any traveling expenses involved in the adoption. The IRS also allows other related expenses as long as they are specifically for the adoption. This is not limited to costs related to a specific child. An adoption home study or other costs incurred before the process of ..read more
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