Adoptions in Georgia will be easier soon.  The Senate passed a bill today that would make it easier to adopt children in and out of state.   The legislation shortens the time allowed for a birth mother to change her mind about giving up her child. It will also allow adoptive parents to reimburse birth mothers’ living expenses and simplify out of state adoptions.

1682310131 A New Bill Will Make Child Adoptions In Georgia A Lot Easier

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The bill was voted in agreement both in the Senate and House. Governor Deal is expected to sign off on the bill soon.  The U.S. Department of State-Bureau of Consular Affairs reports that between 1999-2016, there were 7,486 adoptions in the state of Georgia.


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