in most of the states the bm will do her papers 48 to 72 hours after having the child.most people involed push for her to do so. i feel like there should be a longer time frame before the bm even thinks about doing the papers.(by law)i feel like she should have 6 weeks to do them by law. that they should take away the 48 - 72 hour law and make it longer.maybe then there will be enough time for her to make sure it is right.Answer Question
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In my state you have 48 hrs till women are expected to sign.If the document does not include that relinquishment is final women have 10 days to revoke consent.Hmmm wonder if most form include that or not.Never are you required to talk with a lawyer or any amount of counseling and all counselling my be provided by the agency.There is a list of things counseling should include but the agency reports what was included.Also the state ranks as to importance the following of regulations and if non-compliance would cause penalties.Not following regulations for counseling of expectant women considering adoption is medium low in importance.The state it self refers to all women contacting an agency as birthmother even in describing services before adoption.So yes there needs to be lots of laws changed.What I don't understand is why people object to changing the laws?
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