Many adoption agencies now offer open adoption agreements because they have advantages. Open adoption agreements can alleviate many of the fears that will arise during the adoption process, such as: what if the adoptive parents wanted to meet in person, but I am not prepared to do so? Or if I want to have more (or less) contact with my child`s birth family? What happens if the other party changes their phone number or address? So what`s going on? Open adoption contracts can also ensure that everyone stays happy and that promises are kept. If you have questions about a ACAP or other adoption issues in Pennsylvania, contact Willig, Williams and Davidson`s internal relations lawyers at 800-631-1233. 3. The parties will apply for adoption in ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________und of these adoptive parents will be called – If you are a expectant mother who has just chosen a family for her baby or an pending adoptive parent considering an open adoption, the theme of an “open adoption agreement” will certainly appear when you develop your adoption plan. If you are a nascent mother considering an open adoption, you know that this level of contact (and its frequency) are decisions you can make. Your open adoption plan and post-adoption contract are entirely based on your needs and comfort level. There is no minimum or maximum amount of contact you need to have: Loving adoptions can help you define the perfect amount of “franchise” in your adoption plan. Rest assured that all of our families have accepted at least one semi-open adoption, which means you can receive letters and photos of the family through our adoption agency if and whenever you wish. A more important question for those involved in adoption is what type of contact is covered by a PACA. The short answer is what type of contact the parties are suitable for; exchanges of letters and photographs at an annual visit between the child and members of his or her biological family.