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November 19, 2012



Thanks for this great post. I am interested in this and am trying to find adoption lawyers in Woodstock Illinois. Do you have any suggestions for me? Thanks.

Wendy Lane

It used to be very difficult for some families in DC to finalize their adoptions, since certain judges did not recognize international adoptions, and raised questions about the consent of the birth mother, etc., even requiring the birth mothers to come to court to testify. Horrific. Fortunately those judges are no longer in DC's Family Court.
Maryland and Virginia have always had speedier processes for adoptions. DC, as usual, has lagged behind.

Shirin Behrooz

Truly inspiring.

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