Walking Birth Parents Through A Confusing Time

Adoption can seem like a frightening process. Some parents view it as a failure on their part. However, this is not the case at all. Sometimes the best life for a child is through a sanctioned adoption. Wanting a good life for your child may mean admitting you aren't quite ready to be a parent yourself.

As a pregnant woman, you undoubtedly have many questions about the adoption process in California. At Creative Family & Corporate Solutions, PC (formerly Law Office of Cecil & Cianci, PC), we can walk you through some of the major questions you may have including:

  • Do parents get a say in who adopts their child?
  • How can a birth mother be sure she is picking a good adoptive family?
  • Can biological parents talk to their children after the adoption process?
  • Do birth parents need to be identified to their children?
  • When does the biological father need to be involved?
  • Do adopted children need to go to foster care first?

During a reduced-fee consultation at our Roseville or Aliso Viejo office, we can go through any questions about the process. The most important thing is finding the best fit for you and your child.

What If You Don't Want To Give Up Your Child?

Not all biological parents want to give up their children. Sometimes Child Protective Services gets involved and forcibly removes infants from homes. Our attorneys understand this, which is why we can also help parents fight to keep their parental rights. In the eyes of the court, the main three factors that can lead to the termination of parental rights are:

  • Willful child abandonment
  • Any form of abuse
  • Jail or imprisonment

With the termination of parent rights comes the loss of visitation privileges and any input on where the children live, go to school or what religion they are brought up in. At Creative Family & Corporate Solutions, PC (formerly Law Office of Cecil & Cianci, PC), we understand the impact losing a parent has on children, which is why we will work hard to help you keep your parental rights, if possible.

Working Towards The Best Interests Of Families

Our lawyers firmly believe in doing what's best for the children and families we serve. We put that belief at the forefront of every case. If you have any questions about adoption services or parental rights in California, call us at 916-756-4012 or contact us online to set up a reduced-rate consultation.