What about the rights of the mother and HER baby? Am I right to assume that the mother chose to parent HER baby after all?
Just because you have been approved to adopt doesn't mean you are more entitled to a baby than the child's mother is. A lesson is to be learned here that as potential adopters you are in effect buying a baby even though the adoption agency will 'justify' it's costs. You should also be well aware that mothers can change their minds and parent.
Unless you have absolute prove that the adoption wasn't being handled properly you can't really do anything legally. Did you read the small print?
Anyway all you have to do is use a phone book or google to find a good adoption lawyer.
Yes, of course. it sounds important as the situations involved in trust always have importance! Did u lose the honesty with the other person because he lied? did u lose this feel of loyalty maybe because there are events that went on in ur life that make u think twice? it all depends on the situation.
In my case, there was a guy. let's just call him Jesse. we went on and off of the relationship because he would go on and off about his liking me enough to commit without too much physical touch. stuff like that. until this other guy (let's just call him Lucas) came along. Lucas promised he'd love me forever to the point of marrying me. but it was all too fast and i sensed it. he lured me. he played with my heart rather! it all ended badly (and now he likes putting up pics of him and some other girl) Ok well the important thing is I had trust issues with both Jesse and Lucas.
Trust is vital in life. There may be someone in ur life who has betrayed u. It's better for u to walk away (according to most people) but if for some reason u hav to turn to them, make sure they prove their trust. make sure they dont make the same mistakes.
-talk to them
-observe things that ur intuition may be telling u to watch out for
Trust urself! trust begins with u. if we don't trust ourselves, we can't trust anybody.