Adoption Services in Michigan
Being pregnant is emotionally and physically draining. The last thing you need is to go through a complicated adoption process with little to no help. This is where Lifetime Adoption comes in. We are a Michigan adoption facilitator that can help you with your adoption at absolutely no cost and with no pressure. Let us use our experience to help your Michigan adoption to be as easy and carefree as possible.
Learning About Michigan Adoptions
Adopting a child in Michigan simply starts with contacting Lifetime. You can complete our quick online questionnaire or give us a call at 1-800-923-6784. We will then guide you through the process.
- Setting up a Birth Plan
The birth plan helps you decide what is most important to you. Do you want the adoptive parents to have professional careers? Do you want them to be artistic? Do you hope your baby is raised with an excellent education? Do you want continued contact with the child after he or she is born? Your birth plan will help us help you.
- Deciding Between Open and Closed Adoptions
Open adoptions allow you to have a type of relationship with the child after he or she is adopted. That type of relationship is completely up to you. Some birth moms want to visit their child. Others want occasional photos. Some would rather not have contact. Whatever your choice is, we will support it.
- Choosing Adoptive Parents
We keep an online database of parents in Michigan and beyond who are hoping to adopt. Look through these parents as well as the ones we suggest to you. You can interview them over the phone, by email or in person if you wish before you make a decision.
- Starting the Next Stage of Your Life
Once the baby is born and you terminate parental rights, you will start your life anew!
Michigan Adoptions for Older Children
You can still use Lifetime Adoption as an adoption facilitator if your child has already been born. The process works exactly the same. In some cases it is even easier because the child already has a social security card and birth certificate.
Most birth parents of older children want to retain some type of communication after the child is born. Our adoptive parents understand that. Most will allow visits between their adopted child and his or her birth mom.
The Adoptive Parent in Michigan
Lifetime Adoption loves working with Michigan families! Contact us to learn more about adopting a child in Michigan or beyond. We are happy to discuss the important factors with you, such as:
- Wait time for adopting
- Cost of adoption
- Home studies
- And much more!
We have a large staff that is available around the clock to help you. Call us today.
Remember Where it all Began…
The Benefits of Open Adoption (Heidi18)
Open Adoption: Strangers Who Trust In Each Other for the Sake of a Child
Christian--Open-Adoption and Siblings
Adoption Loss: How Can I Reduce the Risk of a Reclaim?
Should You Adopt a Child When the Birth Parents Have Bipolar Disorder?
5 Tips on Listening to Birth Parents
A Birth Mother in Crisis
Birth Mother Scams
Birth Mother Red Flags
Open-Birth Mother Grief
Open-Getting Back in Touch
Open-Stay in Touch with Birth Grandparents
Lifetime Adoption, Inc.
is a Licensed Florida Child
Lifetime Adoption is registered with the State of California under the provisions of the Registry of California Adoption Facilitators. (CA Family Code Section 8632.5)