Questions about Adoption Costs

At the Independent Adoption Center you pay your fees once until there is a permanent placement in your home. If a birthparent changes their mind and decides to parent you simply go back into the pool of...
In adoption, all services to birthparents are free. The adoptive parents pay the fees. To see IAC's fee go to: http://www.adoptionhelp.org/adoption-fees Sometimes a birthmother may need help paying for...
Seventy percent of birthmothers have expenses that are $3,000 or lower. The other 30% have expenses that are higher than $3,000. It rarely to almost never happens that a birthmother does not have private...
Our fees are on a sliding scale based on the gross income of the adopting family. The race of the baby does not impact the IAC's fees. For more information see our page on adoption costs. At IAC we believe...
The reason IAC and other agencies and adoption attorneys charge most of their fees up front is that clients do not pay to get a baby, which is illegal. They are paying for adoption services. In adoption,...
We have a page on our site dedicated to adoption financial aid. There you'll find our listing of foundations that provide adoption grants, as well as information about adoption loans and tax credits. We...
The IAC mostly does newborn adoptions. Occasionally we will place a child up to 3 years old, but it is rare that we place a child older than newborn. The IAC only does voluntary adoption plans in which the...
The cost of private infant adoptions varies widely from a low of about $15,000 to as much as $50,000. Non-profit adoption agencies like the Independent Adoption Center (IAC) tend to be on the lower end of the...
Adoption can be expensive. At the IAC costs range from about $20,000 to $28,000 (this includes every possible expense). There are a variety of loans and grant programs available for people considering adoption...
Costs for an adoption vary widely from $0 to $50,000 depending on the type of adoption pursued. It generally costs from $0 to $1,000 to adopt a child from a County Foster/Adopt program. These children are...

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