Part of the Nutshell series, this small treatise covers a broad range of adoption law issues, from "Establishing the Adoptive Relationship" to "Maintaining the Adoptive Relationship," ending with a discussion of "Federal Legislation Affecting State Adoptions."
This practice resource published by the ABA's Section of Family Law provides information, forms, and other practice materials for adoption practitioners. It covers a wide range of topics, including "Client Intake, Advice, and Consultations," "Domestic Private Agency Adoption," and "Post-Adoption Contact Agreements."
This treatise provides a comprehensive look at adoption law in the United States, beginning with a historical examination and proceeding through the theoretical and practical implications of adoption as an area of family law.
This national non-profit organization assists states, tribes, and other federally funded child welfare agencies to provide for safe and effective permanency planning for abused and neglected children through adoption.