*Disclaimer: I am not an attorney and nothing in this article should be substituted for legal advice. I highly suggest any expectant mother who is considering adoption to retain her own legal representation who understands adoption law in the state that the adoption will be finalized as well as the state she lives in. This … Continue reading Legally Enforceable Open Adoption Contracts in the United States
Kimberly Rossler and her son, James Elliott Rossler, or Elliott as she calls him, are being victimized by a corrupt judicial system that involves pre-birth consent that is still allowed in Alabama. Since going public, Kimberly has received a lot of support but she has also received a lot of hate, as is to be … Continue reading Donna Ames Isn’t As Innocent As She Claims To Be, Neither Are Her Associates; Small Town Politics
Kimberly Rossler gave birth to a baby boy, Elliott, at the end of May of this year. Since Mirah Riben broke her story on the Huffington Post, there have been some people coming forward, in comments and on her GoFundMe page with vague references to Kimberly's criminal history and how she isn't deserving of her … Continue reading Let Me Just Clarify – Kimberly Rossler, Kate Sharp, Donna Ames, Judge Don Davis, and the Unethical Proposed Adoption of Baby Elliott
UPDATE: Almost $1100 was raised for Clara in less than 24 hours! You are all amazing!! As some of you may know, we are in the process of legitimizing our grassroots organization called Saving Our Sisters (SOS). The goal of SOS is to help vulnerable women avoid adoption relinquishment. Over the past couple of years … Continue reading Guilt, Coercion, Threats – A New Mom Changes Her Mind – SOS In Action
When we talk about domestic infant adoption, who do the laws, which vary by state, really protect? Do they protect the biological or expectant mother? What about the alleged or assumed father? The prospective adoptive parents? How about the child in question? There are fifty states, plus the District of Columbia, within the United States. … Continue reading A Look at the Laws: Termination of Parental Rights for Fathers and Mothers – Who Does It Protect?