David J. Radis has over 30 years experience in assisting birth mothers all over the United States in interstate placements. It is critical to have an experienced attorney familiar with the Interstate Compact for Placement of a Child.
My first adoption was in 1976 and I've completed over 3000 adoptions since. I specialize in Independent, Agency Identified and Traditional Agency adoptions. I believe adoption is more than a legal process; it's an emotional experience for all parties involved--including the birth mother and adoptive parents.
My office strives to provide a warm, caring atmosphere for both the birth parents and the adoptive parents. Hand holding is an important part of what I do. All birth parents and adoptive parents get my home telephone number so I can be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to better serve everyone's needs.
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Federal tax legislation allows for a tax credit for adoption expenses incurred in 2013. The maximum tax credit amount is $12,970. Those with a modified adjusted gross income of $194,580 or less qualify for the full credit. The amount of the credit graduates downward to zero as incomes approach $234,580. The maximum amount of the credit is adjusted annually for inflation. There are no requirements for families who adopt special needs children to show actual expenses. Please note that I am not a tax attorney and cannot give any tax advice.