You’re Not Alone. We Can Assist You In Any Way.

For over 35 years, the law office of Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C., has helped numerous birth moms find solutions to challenging situations. As adoption lawyers, we recognize the emotional nature of what is involved and provide a number of resources for prospective birth mothers to relieve them of some of the stress and anxiety associated with adoption.

Financial Help

If you believe that adoption is your best plan for your baby, we will provide financial help with living expenses, for such things as rent, clothing, food, transportation, utilities, lost wages, and other pregnancy-related expenses, as allowed by a state law.

We want you and your baby to be okay and will do whatever we can legally do to help you. For more information about how we can help you, contact us day or night.

Transportation Costs

You are not required to pay for visits to doctor’s appointments, meetings with the adoptive families or our case workers if you decide to place for adoption. We cover transportation expenses related to your pregnancy. For more information about how we can help you, contact us day or night.

Housing Arrangements

We do NOT require that you live in a maternity home. Most women with whom we work, who need help with housing, prefer that we provide assistance in paying rent. For more information about how we can help you, contact us day or night.

Medical Expenses

You choose the doctor whom you want to see and the hospital at which you deliver, or we will help you find one. We will see that your pregnancy related medical expenses are paid. For more information about how we can help you, contact us day or night.


We are here at all times of night and day to listen and help

Schedule a Meeting With Us

If you are thinking about adoption, call us and we will be happy to sit down with you and explain the process. We’re not going to ask you to sign anything that obligates you to go forward the adoption. We’ll simply answer your questions and provide you the information you need to make a good decision.

Even if you’re not certain of what you’re doing, we’d be happy to explain the process to you. We’re always here to answer other questions.

Answers To Your Questions

Is it free to put my baby up for adoption?

Expectant mothers want to know what it will cost them if they want to work with us toward an adoption plan for their baby. And the answer is, it does not cost the expectant mom anything. They pay zero, nothing.

Our services are free to expectant mothers who are considering adoption plans for their baby or putting their baby up for adoption. Our fees are paid by the prospective adoptive parents. So, there is no cost at all, and certainly no obligation on the part of an expectant mom who contacts us and wants information.

Is visitation, after adoption, a good idea?

For a lot of women who are first starting to think about adoption, the idea of being able to visit the child is very appealing to them, until they get to thinking about it. A lot of times we see women who want visitation and insist on visitation because they want to remain a part of the child’s life. If that is what the mother is after, she is never going to be satisfied with the visitation arrangements, and it is likely that the adoptive parents are not going to follow through on their promise, which, by the way, is not an enforceable promise. If the adoptive parents offer visitation or agree to visitation, it cannot be enforced in law. read more…

Why Choose Loving Adoptions by Kirsh & Kirsh, P.C. For Your Adoption Plan?

The first is our experience. We have more than 30 years of experience handling adoptions. We’ve been involved in numerous adoptions involving adoptions with every state. The second is our knowledge of adoption law. In all of the tragic adoption cases that you’ve read about or heard about or seen on television, they always involve an error in law. Who better to provide a safe passage through this area than an experienced adoption attorney whose sole practice is adoption of children?

Another factor is that our clients have experienced a lot of success over the years. They have been successful in realizing their dreams of becoming parents.

Can I change my mind after I sign a consent to adoption?

If you’re a birth mom, you can only sign a consent to adoption after the baby is born. Once you sign the consent, there is no period of time to change your mind. Now you don’t have to sign the consent, but if you do you should expect that you’re going to be held to that decision. A birth mother does, however, have 30 days after she signs the consent to file petition with the court, ask the court for hearing, and at that hearing attempt to prove it’s in the best interest of the child that her consent be withdrawn.

We’ve been doing this for over 30 years and we’ve never had anyone successfully withdraw their consent. So if you sign a consent you should assume that you’re going to be held to that decision. At Loving Adoptions, we will never pressure a mom to sign a consent, and we’ll make it very clear to her that if she does sign the consent there is no period of time to change her mind.

Do I need to identify the birth father?

Birth mothers often ask us if the father of the baby has to be involved in the adoption process. Sometimes the father of the baby is actively involved and supportive of the process. Obviously, that makes the situation very easy. If the father is not involved, or doesn’t want to be involved, it’s not necessarily more difficult for you. If you choose to meet with us, we’ll explain your options in detail and give you our suggestions about what would be the best for your situation. Our experience will help ensure that there are no surprises and that your decision regarding your baby’s welfare is protected.


Call us. Your call does not mean you’ve decided on adoption. But it helps to talk to someone who cares and also can give you factual information.


We will work with you to create an adoption plan that reflects your unique wants and needs. Decide what type of adoption you want and how much contact you’d like to have with the adoptive parents and the baby.


View profiles of families waiting to adopt and talk to them before making a decision.


Create a plan for your hospital stay. After the baby is born, you’ll have the option to spend time with the baby, the adoptive family, and/or a counselor. The baby will go directly home from the hospital with the adoptive family.


We can help you sort through your feelings and answer your questions. Your adoption caseworker can work with you to help you move forward and have the support you need after the adoption.

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Birth Mother Resources

Birth Mother Resources

Loving Adoptions by Kirsh & Kirsh can help you with living expenses, counseling and emotional support to help you through your pregnancy.

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Meet Waiting Families

Meet Waiting Families

Meet our wonderful, carefully screened, families ready to love your baby and give your baby the life it deserves.

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Open vs. Closed Adoption

Open vs. Closed Adoption

In our experience, the most important aspect of any open or closed adoption is being sure that the expectations of the degree of openness or confidentiality of the birth and adoptive parents match.

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Thank You Notes From Birth Mothers


Watch a story about a birth mother’s adoption journey


We Are Here For You

If you have any questions or thoughts whatsoever, please reach out to us. We have helped lots of people in your situation.

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