Yes. You alone choose who adopts your baby.
Here are questions you can ask:
- Are you married?
- How long have you been married?
- Do you have other children?
- Have you ever adopted a child?
- Why do you want to adopt my baby?
- Where do you live?
- What is your community like?
- Do you go to church? What is your faith?
- Do you practice your faith?
- Will I be able to contact you about the baby?
- What is your educational background?
- Where do you work? Will both of you work after you adopt?
- What do you do for fun?
- What sort of education will give your child?
- What will make you good parents?
- What kind of future do you see for your children?
Does the father of my baby have rights?
What is a Voluntary Declaration of Paternity?
How will an attorney help a birth mother?
Do Birth Moms Get Paid?
What are my options?
Does the Baby's father need to be involved in the adoption?
Will I get to know the adoptive parents before adoption?
Do you work with birth moms outside of California?
Can I change my mind about the adoption after I sign papers?
Will my baby go to foster care?
What is the difference between an open and closed adoption?
Can I still choose adoption after my baby is born?