Adoptive Parent Resources
Domestic, Infant Adoption Help
Are you hoping to adopt? As an Adoptive Parent, you may face a number of hoops to jump through and obstacles to overcome in order to accomplish this goal. Educating yourself is the first step toward a swift and successful adoption, and that is why we have included various resources to help you on your way.
Take this opportunity to review the information on this website.
Experienced Guidance for Prospective Parents
Every family is different. Every child has unique needs. Combine this with complex adoption laws and proceedings, and you have a situation where experienced guidance can make all the difference in the success of an adoption.
We’ve compiled the following resources specifically for adoptive parents in Colorado:
Adoption professionals from all over the U.S. review each step of the adoption process through short videos and interactive activities. (Course Recommended by Virginia Frank)
Articles and videos on all things adoption. From the adoption process to adoption openness, to bringing home your baby, AF Magazine supports adoption.
Get answers to common questions about adoption, particularly as they relate to prospective parents.
How will you afford adoption? It can be expensive, but there are grants and loans available to help you see your dream realized.
Find out about the first steps that must be taken to begin the process of adoption in Colorado.
Articles about adoption and foster care and navigating the emotional issues that may arise for children of adoption.
This is the form you will need to fill out to begin the adoption process with Virginia Frank, Adoption & Surrogacy Attorney.
Explains tax credit for adoptive families.
Catch the latest articles and news on our blog.
A list of helpful books that can offer additional guidance in your journey to adopt.
Webinars, articles, and adoption law texts for every state.
Resources for LGBTQ families seeking to adopt or expand their families with Assisted Reproductive Technology.
If you are going to adopt a child from another state than you live in the U.S., the ICPC will impact your case.
How to get an ATIN.
Support for parenting children in foster care or children of adoption.
Allows biological parents to disclose medical information anonymously and to allow for or prohibit the exchange of personal/identifying information.
Comprehensive document about obtaining a social security number for your child.