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Child adoption, like marriage, involves taking legal steps to add someone to your family. Adoption can be a complicated and time-consuming process. A successful adoption requires careful planning and professional guidance through Indiana adoption law.
In Indiana, when one parent remarries, he or she may desire for the new step-parent to have legal parenting rights.
Grandparents or relatives wishing to keep a child in the family may consider relative or grandparent adoption, thus taking on the responsibility and excitement of raising a family member’s child.
Indiana provides for families to adopt children directly from birth parents, through private or public adoption agencies, or after providing foster care for a child. Such adoptions may be open or closed. In Indiana, an open adoption is when birth parents and adoptive parents have contact with one another and the child after an adoption placement. In contrast, a closed adoption is when birth and adoptive parents remain anonymous to one another.
Creating a family by adoption is one of the greatest actions a person can take. An experienced adoption attorney at Robbins and Seville, LLC will walk you through the wide range of options that exist to help you build your family and represent your interests in court and with adoption agencies and birth parents. Call a lawyer at Robbins and Seville, LLC to schedule a consultation and decide if our adoption experience fits your needs.
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