Explore the World of Adoption at Northfield Workshop




Sally Wildman

Attorney Sally Wildman, of Chicago and Northbrook, will share adoption fundamentals and current trends that are in practice today in her workshop, The Adoption Process from A to Z, from 7 to 9:15 p.m., May 22, at the New Trier Northfield Campus. Wildman will offer tips to prepare prospective parents to adopt a child that needs her/his “forever family.”

                The workshop will help attendees identify their best options in the adoption process, and Wildman will share resources for choosing adoption agencies, experienced attorneys, adoption organizations and related professionals. The discussion will highlight common needs of children and current practices in “open adoptions”. This workshop will be informative for anyone considering adopting a child, as well as for social workers, therapists and child care professionals..

              Wildman, a member of the Academy of Adoption & Assisted Reproduction Attorneys and Chicago Bar Association Adoption Law Committee, has focused her practice on all types of adoption and related estate matters. Through these organizations, Wildman promotes laws to improve adoption opportunities and to expand benefits for families that decide to adopt a child (children) into their home.

Cost: $18 per person. Location: 7 Happ Rd., Northfield. Register at https://bit.ly/2VC9MKU by May 20. Sally Wildman, J.D., represents adoptive families in all types of adoptions and presents workshops on adoption basics. For more information, visit SWildmanLaw.com.

 

 

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