Adoption Services in Utah
First Things First
Birth mothers always have a lot of questions about adoption, which is perfectly okay. In fact, we at Lifetime Adoption encourage questions. The more you ask, the better you will understand the process of adoption in Utah. Some of the most commonly-asked questions include:
- How long does it take for the adoption to complete?
- Who are the birth parents?
- Will I be able to see the baby again?
- How much does it cost?
We can answer all of these questions and more. Just call us at 1-800-923-6784 or chat with one of our online representatives. You are not obligated to use our services, you will not pay any fees, and your information will remain completely confidential.
Utah Adoption Expectations
Birth parents who have never gone through the process of adoption in Utah before probably don’t know what to expect. After we have answered all of your questions, you can also complete this questionnaire before contacting us to get the process started early. It asks questions about your child or pregnancy and what you expect from the adoptive parents. You will be asked if you want an open adoption, which allows you to have an ongoing relationship with the child, or a closed one. It will also ask if you need help with expenses during the pregnancy. In Utah, adoptive parents may pay expenses relating to the pregnancy, such as medical expenses, housing, travel and any legal fees.
Adopting a Baby in Utah
Lifetime Adoption has an excellent reputation and track record for placing children with adoptive parents. In most cases, adoptive parents are united with their new child within 18 months, though it has sometimes been as short as 24 hours! We can’t wait to talk to you about how we can facilitate and provide services for your adoption in Utah. Even if you live outside of Utah, we can help. Give us a call now and complete our online application. It is a completely free, no obligation way to get started.
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)