Adoption is a selfless, rewarding decision that takes place on both an emotional and legal level. At Miles Hansford & Tallant, LLC, our adoption lawyers help Georgia families through the process of a domestic adoption from start to finish.
Few things are more rewarding than opening your home to a child who needs you. People adopt children for a number of reasons. Some are childless couples who would love to start a family, but infertility has rendered them unable to do so. Sometimes, step-parents are closer to their stepsons or stepdaughters than the children’s birth parents, so the new family decides to make the arrangement official. In other cases, biological grandparents or relatives decide to care for a child on behalf of a family member who is unable to do so.
Adoption Qualifications in Forsyth County, GA
Once the decision is made to move forward with an adoption, the State of Georgia has certain adoption qualifications for prospective parents. To better your chances at eligibility, consult an experienced Georgia adoptions attorney from Miles Hansford & Tallant, LLC.
Our experienced domestic adoptions lawyers understand the details of state and local adoption laws, so there’s no reason to be intimidated by the legalese. One of our GA domestic adoptions attorneys will take the time to walk you through each step of the adoption process, from permanent termination of parental rights to your new son or daughter’s post-adoption name change. Each child adoption case is handled with scrupulous attention to detail, helping adoptive parents avoid unwelcome “surprises” from biological parents in the future.
Miles Hansford & Tallant, LLC represents singles, couples, blended families (stepparents), grandparents, foster parents, and birth parents in Forsyth County domestic adoptions. This includes legal representation for pregnant women who wish to place a baby in a loving household.
If you’ve considered adopting a child but aren’t sure about the eligibility requirements, we invite you to contact an experienced domestic adoptions attorney from our Cumming, GA family law office today. You will meet with an experienced family law attorney who will help determine your eligibility, then draw up and file the adoption petition paperwork to begin the adoption process.