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Who can consent to adoption?

In order to adopt a child in South Carolina, consent must be obtained from certain parties. Whose consent will be needed depends on the specific circumstances of the child and the child's biological parents.

South Carolina man to receive adoption award

Welcoming a new child into your family is a wonderful event. Whether this happens via birth or adoption, the run-up to the happy occasion is often a busy time, requiring plenty of planning and organization. For families that choose adoption, there can be various legal and administrative matters to consider. Even so, this worthy path is one that is chosen by many families across the United States.

Many teenagers waiting to be adopted in South Carolina

Whether it is through birth or adoption, welcoming a child into your family is a wonderful thing. Across the United States there are many children in need of homes, but fortunately there are also many families keen to provide them. However, in South Carolina, it appears that most families prefer to adopt a younger child. This is bad news for the many teenagers waiting to find their forever homes.

U.S. adoptees in search for their biological parents

Some children in South Carolina rarely see one or the other of their parents. Others become estranged from them entirely. But something that not many people consider is that there are many who never get to know their parents at all and may not even be aware of their identities. Furthermore, due to the controls surrounding adoption, it can be a real struggle for them to acquire that information.

Adoptive parents await visas to bring their children home

In South Carolina and, indeed, across the United States, there are many couples who would like children, but are unable to have their own. Others may have children already, but want to expand their families, or simply help a child in need. Whatever the motive, many parents choose to adopt. The adoption process is not always straightforward, however, particularly for families who take on an international child.

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