13 April 2021
Foster care can be a blessing for all parties involved, but anxiety often arises when a caretaker considers a foster child adoption. One common fear is that the adoption won't go through due to interference from the biological parents. Even if the birth parents are on board with the plan for child adoption, you may wonder what, if any, rights they still have. Keep reading for a quick rundown of post-adoption options, whether you're a seasoned caretaker or simply want to learn more about how to become a foster parent.