Like giving birth, however, adopting a child can involve certain risks and uncertainties that may not be realized until years after the adoption is complete. Our attorneys have an exceptional record of successfully representing adoption agencies and social workers when they are accused of placing a child for adoption who, for numerous reasons outside the control of the agency, may have latent physical or mental health problems that manifest themselves later.
Whether the situation involves a small, local adoption agency, a religious adoption agency, or a national agency:
John Doe v. Anonymous Adoption Agency (Iowa)
John and Jane Doe v. Anonymous Adoption Agency
Wrongful adoption cases are often heart wrenching and complex, but our commitment to our clients and successfully defending claims against them is unwavering.
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