Lets show the connections:
He owns the Abraham Center of Life in California. He also owns the American Center of Choice. He owned another adoption agency, Heart of Gold adoptions which was located in California. Closed down probably due to ethical issues and robbing adoptive parents blind.
Now Larry Jenkins is representing the adoption agencies and the entitled adopters in four cases. He must be a very busy man. I have to wonder if he has lost his hair or turned gray. I am sure he will join in the battle against Camira Bailey and possibly Shawn McDonald as well. He better watch out for Shawn. He is a Texan and we don't take things lying down. We fight back and we fight hard and dirty.
According to his website:
Wood Crapo counsels and advises licensed child-placing agencies and represents some in court and before administrative agencies as requested.
Wood Crapo also represents adoptive applicants or birth mothers in private and agency adoptions, and Wood Crapo has assisted out-of-state adoptive parents obtain parental rights termination orders. Non-resident adoptive families can finalize their adoptions in Utah if the child is born in Utah or the child is in the legal custody of a Utah licensed child-placing agency. Wood Crapo has helped dozens of non-residents finalize their adoptions in Utah.
Because Wood Crapo represents licensed child-placing agencies, Wood Crapo does not provide matching services. Wood Crapo also does not provide birth father representation services.
Wood Crapo’s support staff is experienced in the intricacies of adoption practice, and provides timely and expert assistance to our attorneys.
For more information about Wood Crapo’s adoption practice, please contact:
Larry S. Jenkins or call (801) 366-6060
Richard J. Armstrong or call (801) 366-6092
Lance D. Rich or call (801) 366-6079Larry Jenkins represents LDS Social Services agencies and American Center of Choice. Seems like this man is very business.
He is a member of the American Association of Adoption Attorneys. He is also on The Utah Adoption Council. In fact this little group teaches adoption in schools. They also make the laws on adoption in Utah. They are now working out of LDS Social Services in Utah.