Caring Legal Guidance Throughout Third-Party Adoptions

Adoptions which do not involve stepparents, grandparents or relatives are known as "third-party adoptions." Third-party adoptions carry strict legal requirements. For example, each living parent of the child must surrender all rights to the child in writing before the child can be adopted. If the child is 14 or older, the child must also agree to the adoption in writing.

While a third-party adoption can be at times frustrating and stressful, the end result is well worth the effort involved. And when you have Faulhaber Family Law, LLC, on your side, you will have an advocate who can educate, inform and use the law as a tool to accomplish one of the most rewarding and generous acts possible — becoming a parent to a child in need.

Experienced Advocates For Third-Party Adoptive Parents

Our lawyers provide experienced guidance from the beginning of your case through its conclusion. Having helped numerous clients adopt, we can help you avoid common mistakes and ensure that all paperwork is filed correctly and on time. We can help you prepare for the home inspection and advise you on all matters relating to the adoption.

Our goal is to minimize the length, stress and complexity involved so you can focus on the well-being of your family and your future child.

Call Us To Discuss Next Steps

Do you want to adopt but you are unsure of where to turn? We can help. Our attorneys will work personally with you throughout your case. We will get to know you and your family. Call us to schedule your initial consultation so we can discuss your goals and next steps. Reach our Alpharetta, Georgia, office online or by calling 678-894-7965.