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March 30th, 2013, 05:10 AM
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Domestic Adoption can certainly cost that amount, but it can be lower, it just depends on the situation. We have been homestudy approved and trying to adopt for almost two years and I will admit that it is not just the money that makes adoption difficult, in fact, that is probably the easiest part. It is the emotional aspect that is difficult. I would recommend starting out by going to an informational meeting and maybe try to join an adoptive parents group in your area. People who have been through the process often have the best info and are really great resources. Best of Luck in whatever path you choose!

Stephanie and Brian

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Domestic Adoption can certainly cost that amount, but it can be lower, it just depends on the situation. We have been homestudy approved and trying to adopt for almost two years and I will admit that it is not just the money that makes adoption difficult, in fact, that is probably the easiest part. It is the emotional aspect that is difficult. I would recommend starting out by going to an informational meeting and maybe try to join an adoptive parents group in your area. People who have been through the process often have the best info and are really great resources. Best of Luck in whatever path you choose!

Stephanie and Brian
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