Adoption Home Study.us
Adoption Home Study offers the valuable
services required in providing
your family with an
adoption or guardianship home study for the states of Utah and
Idaho. This document is legal according
to the State of
Utah and State of Idaho Adoption Laws and will be recognized as a legal
accepted in Courts.
Your study will be completed by either
Dr. Alan T.
Saunders, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. or Laurie Reef, MS. Dr. Saunders is
licensed by the state of Utah and is recognized as an
the Adoption Field.
you live in Utah and are going to adopt, you will need an adoption
homestudy. This is required by the State of Utah before a child can be
placed in your custody as adoptive parents. It is recommended that you
complete a homestudy as one of the first steps in your adoption
process. We offer both domestic and international home
Alan has been working in the field of
Family and Adoption Services for 18
years and has completed over a hundred home studies. If you are going
to adopt, the adoption homestudy is a critical component that must be
completed accurately, professionally, legally and in a timely manner.
It is recommended that you consider the critical nature of the
homestudy. Proven results matter.
adoption home study report requires the prospective adoptive family to
gather different documents, answer several questions, and explore their
reasons for adopting. These
all become a
part of the
decision making process for both the prospective family and the workers
involved beit attorneys, agencies or the courts. Not only can the
report help the worker place a child into your home who would best fit
into your family, but help the family and the worker decide if now is a
good time for your family to adopt. Adoption home study fees will be
based on the services required and location of your residence.
will help you know what to prepare for your home study.
are about your family, past and present; how you feel about discipline,
your childhood memories and background. Be
prepared to describe your environment. What is your school system
like? Which schools will your child/ren attend? Do you have a
relationship with your neighbors? What resources does your community
offer to help you parent a special needs child? Documentation of all of
these characteristics is a necessary part of your home study.
questions will be a part of the process and there are many questions
that arise in the adoption process. An
adoption home study can be a nerve wracking thing, but if you go in
prepared and know what to expect you will get through it just fine! As
always, good luck on your adoption
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