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July 2017 Archives

Can single individuals adopt?

As a single person, you may feel that adoption is the one chance you have at bringing a child into your life. Maybe you're not prepared to wait any longer for a long-term partner, or perhaps you're just ready to bring a child into your life and plan to stay a single parent. Whatever the reason is, there are ways to adopt as a single person.

Can states restrict who can adopt based on religion?

A Texas law that allows child welfare providers to halt and deny adoptions to same-sex parents based on the providers' religious beliefs is a discriminatory law that doesn't sit well with other states. One in particular, California, has now banned state-funded travel to Texas as a way of showing its support to the families the law denies.

Bilingual divorce: Raising your children with two languages

Getting a divorce is hard enough, but imagine having a child who is speaking two languages. If you're a parent who doesn't speak the other language, you might feel alienated or stressed as you try to understand your child. You may feel threatened because you can't understand everything your ex says to your child.