We get this question all the time.
Working with us is very different from working with an agency or facilitator. Agencies are bound by law to make the child their first priority, and in essence, the child is their client. Facilitators aren’t licensed by any state agency, so they don’t owe a duty to either the adopting parents or the birth parents.
When you work with a law firm, you are the client; your best interests are our first priority. In terms of outreach, our law offices have extensive resources to seek out birth parents across the state and country.
We receive birth parent referrals from social workers, doctors, clinics, hospitals, facilitators, psychologists, counselors, church groups, through internet resources, and many of our referrals come from our clients and past birth parents. We also receive referrals from other attorneys across the state and country through our membership in various exclusive adoption attorney organizations.