New York Adoption Guide

Learn what you need to know to begin your adoption process.

Susan Kuligowski April 01, 2015

Welcome, New Yorkers! This guide was written to provide you with a single place to find information about adoption within your own state. It will walk you through everything from laws that will impact your adoption to reviews of adoption service providers in New York.

This guide is divided into five parts: general information about adoption in Michigan, then sections dedicated to domestic infant adoption (starting in Slide 7), foster adoption (slide 19), international adoption (slide 28), and stepparent adoption (slide 32). And don’t miss our slide filled with links to helpful adoption resources (slide 35).

If you’re interested in growing your family through domestic infant adoption and would like to speak with a professional about your options, click here.


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In 2014, there were 2,050,946 families with children in the state of New York (SOURCE: Child Care Aware of Amercia)

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Susan Kuligowski

Sue Kuligowski is an author at The mother of two girls through adoption, she is a proposal coordinator, freelance writer/editor, and an adoption advocate. When she's not writing or editing, she can be found supervising sometimes successful glow-in-the-dark experiments, chasing down snails in the backyard, and attempting to make sure her girls are eating more vegetables than candy.

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