You should start by consulting with a local attorney who can review with you the rights, options and obligations of all involved parties. You can find local attorneys by searching among the profiles here on Avvo. Good luck!
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You will need to get with an adoption attorney. Do not throw money at her as she has a right to change her mind. If you give her any money to help her out keep in mind you probably will not be able to get it back if she changes her mind.
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I agree that you will need an adoption attorney, and I recommend that you check the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys website to find one. If the child is due in November, you should act quickly to ensure that you have enough time to have a homestudy done and the paperwork prepared before the child is born. Good luck to you!
You need to consult with an experienced adoption attorney as soon as possible. I also recommend an attorney from the American Academy. David Broome is located in Mobile and his contact information can be found here: http://www.adoptionattorneys.org/states/state.asp?st=AL