Birth Father Rights in Idaho & Utah

When it comes to local adoption agencies, many people are probably unaware of the process regarding the surrendering of birth parents’ rights. In many states, it is required for both birth mother and birth father to be part of the process and give their consent of termination. However, within the two states associated with Forever Bound Adoption; Idaho and Utah, this is not the case.

The Legal Aspects of Placing Your Child for Adoption

As a birth mother with an unplanned pregnancy, there are many things to consider when deciding to place your child for adoption. This includes birth mother responsibilities and rights, as well as what an attorney can help with. Your responsibilities as a birth mother, planning to give your child up for adoption, include things such as the following: Providing medical information as well as all known

Older Children and Foster Care

Did you know that as of 2017 there were 442,995 children in the foster care system? Of that number, 19,945 aged out. Older children in foster care are less likely to be adopted and more likely to age out. Aging out means that the children in foster care between 18-21 years of age no longer have resources from the state and are no longer in contact with their

Birth Mother Resources and Grants for Scholarships or Counseling

Placing a child for adoption is extremely courageous and difficult. We recognize that, and work to find ways to assist birth mothers. Forever Bound Adoption is closely affiliated with United for Adoption and the Fred M. Riley Foundation to give back to birth mothers in any way that we can. One way we do this is through providing scholarships for schooling and grants for counseling. For the counseling grant, the