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Wednesday, July 28th 2010, 10:09am

Adoption whilst in the Forces???

After many years of trying my husband and i are keen to explore the route of adoption, i am currently in the RAF and my husband is a civilian, does anyone know if this would effect anything?.

Would an age difference go against us? i am 29 he is 46

Many thanks for your help, i am hoping there is light at the end of this tunnel x

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Wednesday, July 28th 2010, 12:31pm

Hi hun

The best people to speak to are SSAFA. Have a look at this We can help service families to adopt a child.

Good luck.

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Wednesday, July 28th 2010, 6:25pm

I have no idea about the age thing but the SSAFA should be able to help you. I have nothing of real use to add, except to wish you all the best x x


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