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Loans are one way to pay for some or all adoption costs. Some organizations offer low-interest adoption loans to qualifying families. You can also talk to your bank about home equity or line of credit loans, although they are usually at a higher interest rate than that offered for adoption-specific loans. While loans do require repayment, there are resources that can help you with that once your adoption is finalized, such as the Adoption Tax Credit.

We want to help make your dream of adoption come true by providing resources and information about mortgage-based loans, credit cards, and other financial resources.


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Melinda Coffelt - 5 months ago
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I am trying to adopt my only Grandchild who I have raised over half of his 12 years of life. He has Asperger's Syndrome and I have been the only one fighting for his Special Education accommodations. I do not have placement as CPS has found a better fit for him? More money and a two parent home but I have won Appeal paid for and completed all the required specifications since July 2015. I desperately need 800.00 to get a Social Study since the Adoption is contested by everyone but me and my Grandson. I have nothing of value and no real credit but when my Grandson is in my care he gains weight and muscle tone. If I don't come up with a miracle our "Quality of life" will be severely affected. We are affectionately bonded to each, we love and miss each other! We only get to see each other 1 hour a month and every time I leave it breaks my heart to see his sadness. I would move heaven and earth for my precious Grandson. Any help would be greatly appreciated! xxxxx Thank You #1
Pamela Etzler - 4 months ago
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I am 20 years old and I really want a child cause I'm not able to have kids so anything helps #2
Rachael Meghan Peterson - 2 years ago
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I have already been approved to adopt a infant or newborn trough the Kansas legal services already #3
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