The private adoption permits the birth parent to make
their own adoption plan with the adoptive parent(s),
assuming the whereabouts of the birthparent is known
or involved. This type of adoption can happen without
the intervention of a government agency or social worker.
Many private adoptions take place in variety of circumstances.
Obviously if the birth parent(s) are known and there
are mutual agreements the process is simple.
A simple private adoption can be done without
a lawyer-using the our do-it-yourself adoption kit.
Many adoptive parents around the nation have been successful
using the adoption kit-saving thousands of dollars,
without hiring a lawyer. It all begins with the "Petition
For Adoption" which is contained in the kit. Just
complete the blanks in the petition (some questions
may not pertain-just mark N/A), sign and notarize and
submit to your court of jurisdiction together with a
request for hearing and notice of hearing contained
in the kit.
If you have any of the following documents or if these
documents are relevant then attach those documents to
the petition upon filing;
1. Consent by natural mother or father
2. Consent of person to be adopted
3. Consent of custodian to adoption.