Finding an Adoption Professional
Even with several websites dedicated to educating prospective parents, Caldwell suggests that you use an adoption professional, someone who knows the complexities of the process.
Again, the Internet makes deciding on an adoption agency a matter of pointing and clicking. Instead of making phone calls, you can consider various agencies online, anytime. Questions you may have posed in person or over the phone, such as the agency's fees and success rates are available on the Web. When you have decided on an adoption agency, check with the Better Business Bureau to make sure the agency hasn't received any complaints.
You can expect that the adoption agency will also harness the Internet's power in your favor. Not ready to post your own profile in Internet-ready format? Not to worry. Adoption agencies handle those details and screen both those who will be posting information and those who will be allowed to view it.