What Will Disqualify Me From Adopting?

Posted by Lane Wood | Jun 08, 2020 | 0 Comments

Only a narrow set of criminal convictions can automatically disqualify a person from adopting a child. Although you need to provide information from the child abuse registry, this just tells the judges whether or not they need to look deeper to determine if the adoption can go forward. Click to learn what does and does not disqualify you from adopting a child.

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