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  1. In an open adoption, as the name suggests, everyone’s identities are known, and all parties are open to communication, but that process raises a lot of questions. We answer a few of the most common questions below.

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  2. There are many false and often harmful myths surrounding the idea of adoption by LGBT parents. These myths are damaging and unfair to both the parents wanting to adopt and the children who could benefit from being adopted and having a family. Below, we clear up some of those myths.

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  3. Support for LGBT couples adopting children has steadily been increasing throughout the years, and equal rights activists have worked hard to make that possible. While there are certainly still more hurdles to overcome, everyday more and more LGBT couples are adopting to grow their families. If you and your partner are looking into adopting, here are some facts that may interest you as you research what you need to do in order to grow your family.

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    When you feel passionately about a cause, you likely want to ensure that any charitable giving you do supports that cause. If you want to support charities that work with the adoption community, you might consider one of these below. These five charities help out with different aspects of the adoption process, from birthparent counseling to supporting adoptive families.

     

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  5. Having the right professionals guiding you through the adoption process can make all the difference when it comes to the experience you will have throughout your adoption journey. You know your attorney should be experienced and knowledgeable, but do you know what questions to ask to ensure they're a good fit for you? Below we cover some of the questions to ask any potential legal counsel in regard to adoption.

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