Adoption allows you to grow your family in new ways, as well as show love to a child in need of a family and guidance. It is, however, a legal process underneath it all. As with any legal process in Texas, there are bound to be complications.
At Walters Gilbreath, you can find a team of Dallas family law attorneys who know the adoption process inside-out. We have been helping families overcome challenges, disputes, and more for years, giving us unmatched insight and experience. You can lean on us for domestic, interstate, and international adoptions alike.
Ready to begin the adoption process? Contact our law firm today.
Simplifying Adoptions in Dallas, One Case at a Time
There are plenty of rules, laws, and regulations that apply to even the most basic and straightforward of adoptions. Not filling out paperwork a certain way or missing a single prerequisite can delay your adoption, or bring you back to the beginning. This can be frustrating and disheartening, especially if you are looking to adopt a child who has waited patiently for a loving home. Thanks to our Dallas adoption attorneys, you can move your case forward without needing to worry about any legal barriers.
Some of the adoption processes we can assist with include:
- Domestic: Adopting a child who already resides in your own state, perhaps in a foster home or center.
- Interstate: Adopting a child who does not live in your state. You will need to be aware of regulations controlled by both Texas and the other state.
- International: Adopting a child who lives in another country. Complications can be significant, including meeting standards set by The Hague Convention and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
- Adult: Adopting a non-minor, whether they are a dependent adult or not.
Bring Your Family Together Through Adoption
The last thing you want when you would like to adopt a child is a legal complication getting in the way. With the guidance of our Dallas adoption lawyers, you can be certain that your case is meeting all the requirements. Furthermore, we can tell you what the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) expects to see in an adoptive home, better preparing you to match those prerequisites.
Would you like to know more? We would be happy to tell you more. Call (844) 451-1220.