baby broker

baby broker

n
an adoption service, esp on the internet
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He is also the author of 'Horror in Hocking County', 'Alzheimer's Dutiful Daughter' and 'Dedicated Doctor or Baby Broker,' all of which may be found at www.
The Kilshaws, who paid US baby broker Tina Johnson pounds 8,200 to adopt the girls, began a legal battle with the local authority.
Suryani fears that criminals or relatives of Rosdiana, the baby broker who sold Tristan to his adoptive parents Joe and Lala Dowse, may target Erwin, either for ransom or as an act of revenge.
The Kilshaws, who shot to fame after adopting American twin girls through a US baby broker, were refused legal aid to present their case.
The Kilshaws, who paid US baby broker Tina Johnson pounds 8,200 to adopt the girls, began a legal battle with Flintshire Social Services in January when it took the girls into care.
I was never a baby broker cashing in," she insisted today.
1) This was the brash slogan of one Chicago baby broker, whose adoption business was revealed during a 1917 investigation of commercial child-caring arrangements known as baby farms.
In January, it emerged that the Kilshaws had paid more than pounds 8,000 to a US baby broker for twins Belinda and Kimberly, only to have the adoption challenged by a Californian couple who claimed they had already "bought" the youngsters from their birth mother.
S baby broker pounds 8,200 - one reason they are in debt.
Mrs Kilshaw says she will stop paying taxes as a mark of protest against the "establishment", which she blames for her unsuccessful fight to keep twins Kimberley and Belinda - the couple paid a US baby broker pounds 8,200 to adopt them.
Judith and Alan Kilshaw, who claim to have adopted the six-month-old girls from natural mother Tranda Wecker via an American baby broker, did not attend a progress hearing at the High Court, Birmingham.