NORTH WALES/LANSDALE ADOPTIONS

ADOPTIONS

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A new Division of my services. I am an Adoption Service provider. I work with Birth Mother's and Father's to ensure that they have the best experience possible after deciding to place their unborn children up for adoption.


I have been providing this service for the past 15 years. I function as a liaison between the birth parents and a law firm in California called AdoptHelp, Inc.

I have an extensive knowledge of the laws here in Pennsylvania and the laws in California. I work exclusively on independent adoptions. I do not work on adoptions under PA law but on Adoptions that return to California for completion.

I can provide a home study for individuals looking to adopt.

Our Non-discrimination Policy

An open and equitable personnel system will be established and maintained. Personnel policies, procedures and practices will be designed to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin, age, or sex.

Employment opportunities shall be provided for applicants with disabilities and reasonable accommodation(s) shall be made to meet the physical or mental limitations of qualified applicants or employees.

Any employee who believes they have been discriminated against, may file a complaint of discrimination with any of the following.

North Wales/Lansdale Adoptions

100 S. Main Street, 1A, North Wales, PA 19454

Department of Human Services

Bureau of Equal Opportunity

Room 223, Health & Welfare Building

PO Box 2675

Harrisburg, PA 17105


PA Human Relations Commission

Philadelphia Regional Office

110 N. 8 Street

Suite 501

Philadelphia, PA 19107

U. S. Department of Health and Human Services

Office for Civil Rights

Suite 372, Public Ledger Bldg.

150 South Independence Mall West

Philadelphia, PA 19106-9111


Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

DHS Bureau of Equal Opportunity

Southeast Regional Office

801 Market Street, Suite 5034

Philadelphia, PA 19107

TO:        BIRTH PARENT’S


FROM:   IRA L. BILOFSKY, LCSW, DIRECTOR

Admissions, the provisions of services, and referrals of clients shall be made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency), age, or sex.


Program services shall be made accessible to eligible persons with disabilities through the most practical and economically feasible methods available. These methods include, but are not limited to, equipment redesign, the provision of aides, and the use of alternative service delivery locations. Structural modifications shall be considered only as a last resort among available methods.


Any individual/client/patient/student (and /or their guardian) who believes they have been discriminated against, may file a complaint of discrimination with:


NORTH WALES/LANSDALE ADOPTIONS

100 S. MAIN ST., 1A, NORTH WALES, PA 19454

Department of Human Services

Bureau of Equal Opportunity

Room 223, Health & Welfare Building

PO Box 2675

Harrisburg, PA 17105


PA Human Relations Commission

Philadelphia Regional Office

110 N. 8 Street

Suite 501

Philadelphia, PA 19107

U. S. Department of Health and Human Services

Office for Civil Rights

Suite 372, Public Ledger Bldg.

150 South Independence Mall West

Philadelphia, PA 19106-9111


Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

DHS Bureau of Equal Opportunity

Southeast Regional Office

801 Market Street, Suite 5034

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Laws, Rules and Qualifications for Adopting a Child in Pennsylvania

Each state has different laws regarding who can adopt and how they can adopt. The following guidelines provide important information about the adoption process, laws and qualifications for prospective adoptive parents in Pennsylvania.

Any individual may be eligible to adopt in Pennsylvania. See “Home Study and Post-Placement Requirements in Pennsylvania” for more information about the home study, criminal background checks and training required for adoptive parents.

Every state regulates the expenses that can be paid by adoptive parents during the adoption process. In Pennsylvania, adoptive parents are permitted to pay the following:

It is unlawful in Pennsylvania to trade, barter, buy, sell or deal in infant children. The intermediary must file a written report with the court that includes an itemized accounting of all monies paid, agreed to be paid, or received in connection with the adoption. The court may provide appropriate relief when it finds the expenses reported to be excessive.

Foster parents in Pennsylvania must be at least 21 years of age and complete a licensing process, which includes:

What are the requirements to finalize an international adoption in Pennsylvania?

The adoption will be considered full and final only if both adopting parents (or the sole parent if only one person is adopting) were present for the adoption hearing in the foreign country, the foreign court entered a final adoption decree and the child’s visa affords him or her full U.S. citizenship. A foreign registration form should be submitted with the other necessary documents to the clerk of the court. Once the court has reviewed the documents and determined that the foreign adoption is full and final, the state will issue an adoption decree. The clerk will issue a certificate of adoption to the parent. Parents won’t be required to attend a hearing or obtain counsel. In cases where the child must be readopted to finalize the adoption, the court will provide the adopting parents with a standard petition, court order and instructions for their use.

MOBILE NOTARY SERVICES

PA Notary Services

Welcome to Ira's Mobile Notary Service! A professional and reliable Mobile Notary Service. Our notaries are experts in understanding documents, providing a flawless service to our clients. We have Certified Signing Agents that can answer any request to travel to your office or to a borrower's location, in an immediate manner.  Our notaries are screened, bonded and available 24/7. 

Covering: Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, Chester, Lancaster, Lehigh counties.


COSTS:

NOTARY PUBLIC FEE SCHEDULE

LAST REVISED MAY 28, 2005

and as proposed by § 161.2(a) of the Department’s proposed regulations

Taking acknowledgment

$5.00

Taking acknowledgment (each additional name)

$2.00

Administering oath or affirmation (per individual taking oath or affirmation)

$5.00

Taking verification on oath or affirmation (no matter how many signatures)

$5.00

Witnessing or attesting a signature (per signature)

$5.00

Certifying or attesting a copy or deposition (per certified copy)

$5.00

Noting a protest of a negotiable instrument (per page)

$3.00

Travel and costs for supplies extra.

Estimates available



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215-661-9515

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