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Atlanta Adoption Attorneys

Experienced Lawyers Handling Adoptions in Atlanta, Georgia

Hobson and Hobson facilitates adoptions in Georgia, including foster care adoptions, step-parent adoptions, relative adoptions, third-party adoptions, adult adoptions, LGBTQ+ and foreign adoptions.

There are various types of adoptions in Georgia. These include foster care adoptions, step-parent adoptions, relative adoptions, third-party adoptions, adult adoptions, LGBTQ+ and foreign adoptions.

START THE ADOPTION JOURNEY

The lawyers at Hobson & Hobson, P.C. will develop a legal strategy that will accomplish the goal of adoption, while also addressing any personal concerns.

The Decision - Your First Step Towards Adoption

The decision to adopt a child can be one of the most satisfying, blissful and selfless moments of an individual’s life. It is truly the first chapter in a new life for a wonderful child, and the first step in a happier future for both parent and child.

Generally, the primary concern of those who chose to adoption is whether the birth parent/parents will consent. Additional issues are raised if the birth parents request ongoing contact with the minor child after the finalization of adoption. The decision to adopt gives rise to many complex legal issues such as the following:

The questions are valid, reasonable, and anticipated. Do not let the legal processes of adoption stop you from making this satisfying, blissful and selfless decision to build a new life for this child. The attorneys at Hobson & Hobson, P.C. take aware the stress and anxiety related to the legal processes and walk you through step by step, providing the legal and emotional support you need to extend your family.

 

CONSIDERING ADOPTION? CONSULT AN ATTORNEY FIRST

The lawyers at Hobson & Hobson, P.C. have the knowledge and expertise needed to help you throughout the adoption process, and ensure that all issues related to the birth parent/parents are examined, evaluation and resolved prior to the finalization of the adoption. Two of the most common forms of adoption within the State of Georgia are as follows: