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4 Things to Consider when Choosing Adoption Without the Birth Fathers Consent In A Kansas Adoption

Choosing Adoption is such a great choice. As a birth mother, you may be thinking, “What if my child’s birth father disagrees with my choice of adoption? Can I still choose adoption? Yes, Absolutely! If your child’s birth father does not support your decision, is abusive, or disappears on you without any warning, despite knowing you are pregnant, then you can choose adoption for your baby without the birth father’s consent. Our Kansas adoption agency, Adoption Choices of Kansas, has listed the four things to consider when choosing adoption without the birth father’s consent. We want you to know no matter the reason you decide not to disclose your pregnancy and your choice of placing your baby for adoption, you as a birth mother have a right to protect yourself and your child. 

If you need adoption help now, please call us at 877-903-4488, text us at 316-209-2071, or visit us at Adoption Choices of Kansas.

  1. The Rights of the Birth Father in a Kansas Adoption

According to Kansas, a birth father has rights to his child as much as the birth mother does. Your child’s birth father may maintain his parental rights if one of these things happen:

  • If you and the birth father were married before your pregnancy 
  • Taking a paternity test 
  • If your child’s birth father signed the birth certificate

These can be the reasons to terminate the birth father’s parental rights. Our adoption caseworkers at  Adoption Choices of Kansas are here to let you know that your adoption caseworker will work with you to answer any questions or concerns you may have if you consider making this adoption journey alone. 

  1. If the Birth Father is Abusive or Absent 

If your child’s birth father is unknown or abusive, the birth fathers’ rights may be terminated by the court system. like, A mother who may be afraid of how her your child’s birth father may react to your adoption decision may also have the rights terminated. You will have to build the courage to stand by your decision and know that if you need support, know that your adoption caseworker at Adoption Choices of Kansas will provide you with the support you need.

On the other hand, if your child’s birth father is absent throughout your entire pregnancy, then he will have no say in your decision to choose adoption for your child. Despite how your child’s birth father will react, if they won’t take the time to support you or if they were ever abusive to you, your choice of adoption will come because of your love for your child. 

  1. Adoption Assistance

At our Kansas adoption agency, we are here to assist you with all the legal preparations or any other services that you may need to protect your birth child from your child’s birth father. Our agency provides you with assistance in counseling services as this whole process may cause you emotional distress. Your specialized adoption caseworker will work with you throughout your adoption process to hear your questions, concerns, and fears regarding doing this adoption alone. Our agency has a lot of resources available to you.

  1. If the Birth Father Gives Consent 

Now, if you have a supportive birth father who agrees with your adoption decision, you will still need to speak with him about your adoption plan and that he will still need to consent to your choice of adoption. At your local Kansas agency we have adoption professionals who will help birth parents through their adoption journey. They will provide you with the support and kindness you may need to have a positive adoption experience with your child’s birth father unborn child. 

 Remember that you are both birth parents and that your child’s birth father may be experiencing the same emotions that you are going through. As a birth mother, remember that this journey won’t be easy, but it will be worth it for the sake of your child.

Advice to give to Kansas Birth Fathers in the Adoption Process

Having a birth father who may not be present in your child’s life and your child’s birth mother who is considering doing this adoption process alone may have to remember that this decision was not an easy one. We understand how difficult this decision might be at our local Kansas adoption agency, especially if you find yourself unexpectedly at odds with your birth child’s birth father. In the end, all that matters is the sake of your child. As a birth mother, we at Adoption Choices of Kansas will take the time to help you understand your particular situation and circumstances and remind you that you are doing the best that you can as a birth mother. We at Adoption Choices of Kansas will remind you of your options and understand why your decision to choose adoption without consent of your birth father is perfectly okay for the sake of your child.  

Adoption Choices of Kansas serves birth parents statewide and beyond, please call us or text us to learn more!
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Meet the Author: Samara Wileyis a published author of poetry, essays, and an environmental children’s storybook called, Waiting for the Water Fairy. She graduated from Benedictine University in 2018 with a double Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and French.She has been published in three small poetry anthologies one was called Talented.

Her other writing accomplishments include: winning a high school poetry competition and $2500 for her high school, having two out of her five novels be considered for publication and writing movie critic reviews for her university’s newsletter.

Although she has Cerebral Palsy and has had a turbulent childhood, Samara puts these small specs of herself into her writing to personally connect with her audience. She prides herself on pushing the boundaries in her writing and in her personal life with everything she does. Samara writes with her heart and a voice of compassion, and loves to pull from her top passions in life.

She currently lives in Yorkville, Illinois with her mom and two sisters.

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