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We live in another state. Can you still help us adopt?

Adoptive parents and their precious daughter pose together, families and children come from all over the USA
Yes. The majority of our families live out of state.

We offer services nationwide. We have also assisted military families in other countries adopt from the United States.

Since we have birth parents from all over the United States, it is vital to have a wide selection of families for our birth parents. At times, we may have requests from birth parents for families who live near, or far, perhaps close to the beach or high in the mountains, or even with interests that are somewhat geographical in nature. We are proud to have the ability to fulfill most every request with a number of families from which each birth mother can choose.

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“This is a letter of recommendation and testimonial for using the facilitation services of Lifetime Adoption. I am able to make this recommendation as an adoptive parent who found their “Little Angel” through Lifetime and as an adoption attorney who has worked with Lifetime on a number of adoptions in California and throughout the United States. As an adoptive parent, I could not give a better recommendation. Lifetime was very thoughtful and caring of our situation, not being able to have children ourselves, and greatly educated and assisted us with the adoption process. Once we had our resume completed, after much consulting with Lifetime, we matched in a short period of time. We have a beautiful daughter and we have a wonderful, caring relationship with our birth mother and her relatives. After over two years, we still thank God he showed us the way to Lifetime. As an adoption attorney, who works with other facilitators, Lifetime is clearly the best. Their screening process of the birth parents, the paperwork and information gathered concerning the birth parents makes my job much easier. Lifetime attempts to only work with birth parents that are committed to placing their child for adoption, even though there are still risks the adoption might not go forward. Once the adoption legal process begins, Lifetime helps bridge my contact with the birth parents. For over two years, I have worked with Lifetime and have seen them grow to what they are today. A facilitation center that has tremendous exposure throughout the United States, which greatly increases your ability to find your child, while still keeping that personal touch during such an emotional, but wonderful, process. If you are considering adopting, Lifetime should be the first facilitator to consider.”
James E. Handy, Adoptive Parent & Adoption Attorney

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Lifetime Adoption, Inc. is a Licensed Florida Child Placing Agency. Florida Seal of Approval
(License #100084254)
Small Women Owned Business

Lifetime Adoption Center is a BBB Accredited Business with an A+ rating
Lifetime Adoption Better Business Bureau Accredited Business

Copyright © | Lifetime Adoption

Yes. The majority of our families live out of state. We offer services nationwide. We have also assisted military families in other countries adopt from the United States. Since we have birth parents from all over the United States, it is vital to have a wide selection of families for our birth parents. At times, we may have requests from birth parents for families who live near, or far, perhaps close to the beach or high in the mountains, or even with interests that are somewhat geographical in nature. We are proud to have the ability to fulfill most every request with a number of families from which each birth mother can choose.

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