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Adoptive families may seem different at first, but loving is constant.


The adopted child is not an impoverished child. Adoptive parents are second to none. Today, we would call it the end of the age of discrimination towards adoptive families, because such a family is simply one of many possible pathways in life.  

If there is one thing that is most complicated about being in an adoptive family, it is the preparation of documents and qualifications that adoptive parents must have in order to adopt a child, such as the adopters being over 25 years old, being at least 15 years older than the adopted child, and obtaining agreement from the child custody. And if the child is 15 or older, they must consent on their own. 

In terms of documents, the adoptee must have a photo, ID card or passport, house registration, marriage or divorce registration, name change notification letter (if any), medical certificate showing that you are physically and mentally normal, picture of the place of residence, income and work certificate, spouse's consent letter, death certificate in case of spouse's death, a court order instead of expressing an intention on behalf of the spouse in the event of the spouse's death, and criminal record. Aside from the qualifications and documents, there are expenses that are similar to those of other types of families. 

After careful consideration, it is clear that, despite differences in life paths, what adopters should have in common with other families is a financial and attentive commitment to the child. Adoptive families are more complex than regular families, especially when it comes to attentiveness. Deciding to reveal your child they’re adopted, which should be done when they’re 3-4 years old, and ensuring that your affection for them is the same as any other families’. 

As you can see, being an adoptive parent is just as stressful and tiring as any other types of family, therefore health care is a must-have. Parents must keep a tight eye on their children. However, with so much spending in today's economy, it may be necessary to work while raising children. Consequently, you will have to deal with your job issues while having to put food on the table for your family, which may raise your risk of cancer or other serious diseases. If this is the case, the family's financial condition may be jeopardized due to medical and rehabilitation expenses following treatment. 

However, these problems are manageable. If you have a health plan in case of an unexpected condition, PRURokrai Super Koom is an appealing option because it covers 63 serious illnesses such as myocardial infarction, hepatitis, coma, hearing and speaking impairments, severe burns, and so on. In addition to several illnesses, it covers the age range of 1 month to 65 years and can be renewed until the age of 98. Coverage is available until the age of 99. 

Alternatively, The 1 Fight Cancer insurance covers cancer at all stages, with policyholders receiving a lump sum payout immediately upon cancer diagnosis*, as well as 50,000 baht of death benefit coverage in all circumstances and receiving The 1 points for the first year's premium payment (every 25 baht, get 1 point).

Every family faces unique challenges, and adoptive families are no exception. However, with such attention to detail, proper planning, and taking care of each other's minds and bodies, an adopted family may be just as warm as any other types of family. 

And Prudential Life Insurance would like to be a part in ensuring that every family is as healthy, happy, and free as possible. 


#MadeForEveryFamily #ดูแลความสุขให้ทุกความต่าง 


Note: You should read the policy details as well as the terms and conditions before making a purchase every time. 

*Terms and conditions of the policy are as specified by the company. 

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