5 Ways to be a Jerk to Your Adoption Caseworker

Surefire ways to make your adoption experience as miserable and difficult as possible.

Meghan Rivard February 24, 2016

Most likely, your adoption case worker will be your biggest advocate and your primary contact for any questions and concerns that may arise during your adoption process, so hopefully your personalities will not clash and you will have a good and open relationship with your caseworker.

But, if clashing personalities and a strained relationship with your caseworker are what you are looking for, here’s what you should do:

If you’re ready to begin your adoption journey, click here to connect with a competent, caring adoption professional and get started today! 

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Meghan Rivard

Meghan is an adoptive mother and a big advocate of adoption and foster care. She resides in Indiana with her husband, their one-year-old daughter who is the center of their lives, and their dog Max. She has a Bachelor's and Master’s Degree in Social Work. Meghan stays at home with her daughter but is so happy she found this outlet to share her personal adoption story and educate about adoption!


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