Couples who want desperately to have a child may, unfortunately, “fall for” fraudulent adoption schemes. Radis Adoptions would like to provide waiting families with information regarding things to look out for when considering adoption.
1. Adopting Internationally: Prospective families need to be sure that they’re working with a reputable agency licensed by the state to do international adoptions. Prospective adopting families should also be aware of The Hague Treaty on international adoptions.
2. Twins, Triplets, Quads: If you're being told that there are multiples ready to be adopted, you may be falling for an adoption fraud. Adopting multiples is extremely rare.
3. Incredibly Low Costs: If you and your spouse are being told that your adoption fees will be nearly nothing, you are probably involved in some sort of scam. Yes, adoption does come with fees, and sometimes can be somewhat expensive. Adoption is a lengthy process with multiple costs involved.
Radis Adoptions believes that once you set sail through the seas of legal controversy, it is best to understand the flags under which you sail. Therefore, you should work with a competent and experienced adoption professional.
If you are considering adoption, be sure to look out for these scams. Contact Radis Adoptions for a professional adoption attorney who will help you throughout the entire adoption process.