DFCS Adoption Process, LaFayette, GA

Our attorneys are familiar with the DFCS adoption process.

According to recent statistics, 3 out of every 1,000 children born in the United States will enter the foster care system before they reach legal adulthood at 18 years old. While reunification is typically the goal for a foster situation, in some cases, a child cannot return to their biological family and will need to be adopted into another one that can provide them the care, support, and safe environment that they need to thrive. Here at Hildebrand Law Office, P.C., we specialize in adoptions and are intimately familiar with the DFCS adoption process. If you want to welcome a child into your home from the foster care system but need assistance navigating the complex legal process, we’re here to help.

Wills and Testaments in LaFayette, Georgia

The DFCS adoption process is designed to thoroughly assess a potential adoptive family to ensure that they can provide a suitable environment for their adoptive child. It is an intentionally rigorous process since relocation is extremely stressful for a child. Therefore, the goal is always to minimize the number of times they will have to go through that process. While the DFCS adoption process is fairly straightforward to understand, everything must be done correctly to make the process as efficient as possible.

Because we are so familiar with adoption procedures, our team can help you make sure you have filled out the required paperwork, are prepared for the various visits and evaluations you will need to complete and provide other legal insight to make the process as smooth as possible.

If you want to provide a loving forever home for a child from the foster system, contact our office to learn more about the DFCS adoption process in LaFayette, Georgia and the surrounding areas. We look forward to helping you in your efforts to expand your family and provide a safe, nurturing home for a child.

At Hildebrand Law Office, P.C., we assist clients with the DFCS adoption process in LaFayette, Kensington, Rising Fawn, Ringgold, Fort Oglethorpe, and Trenton, Georgia.