Florida Birth Mother Financial Assistance

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Per Florida Statutes, reasonable living expenses that may include rent, utilities, basic telephone service, food, toiletries, necessary clothing, transportation, insurance, and other expenses found by the court to be necessary for the health of the birth mother and unborn child may be paid during the pregnancy and up to six weeks postpartum.

Our adoption professionals at Family Ever After Adoptions will help you create a budget consisting of statute approved expenses to help you during your pregnancy and up to six weeks after the birth of your baby.

You can read more about statute approved expenses under Florida Statute 63.097

Family Ever After: Your Florida Adoption Advocates

Our team at Family Ever After specializes in helping expectant mothers and adoptive families navigate the adoption process together. We have been in this field for many years, and we understand the complex legalities and complicated emotions that often accompany the adoption process. Our experience allows us to provide expert support for expectant mother and adoptive families who are considering adoption.

Through personal and professional experiences, our team has a deep understanding of the situations and concerns that often lead to adoption. When you work with us, you will be treated with kindness, compassion and guidance that can help you make the decisions that are right for you and your baby. All adoptions are different, and the terms of them can vary, but we are here to help you find the adoption plan that is best for you.

We believe in empowered decision-making and honest information, and we are proud to provide the resources for both to all our clients. You can trust us to tell you the truth and be straightforward throughout your adoption process. If you are considering placing your child for adoption in Florida, our team is a premier resource for you.

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Financial Support for Expectant Mothers

In situations where the baby is not yet born, Florida law allows you to offer some financial assistance to the birth mother if you so choose. The law outlines these as “reasonable expenses,” and the money should aim to make the mother’s life easier during her pregnancy. Paying for things like utilities, rent, food, or other bills can help the mother have time to rest and focus on her pregnancy.

Financial support is often necessary for an expectant mother to afford medical appointments and screenings. Many jobs do not offer paid time off, and the expectant mother may have to choose between paying her bills and going to the doctor. If you are provided financial support, it may make it easier for you to do both.