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February 17, 2012



Hi, I would not advise woirkng with an adoption agency in Utah. Utah's laws on adoption do not favor the natural mother. Once you sign the relinquishment papers after birth you can NOT revoke the adoption. In Wisconsin you have 30 days to change your mind after signing relinquishment papers.Please understand, many mothers do change their mind. My mom lived with a lifetime of regret and sorrow after her son was placed for adoption.


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