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Family Law / Adoption

Sometimes, biological parents are absent from a child’s life or unable to care for a child. Adoption allows another person to assume all responsibilities for the child when it is not likely the parent will take care of the child. In order for a person to adopt a child, the biological parent’s rights must be terminated. While the easiest way to do this is for the biological parent to consent, sometimes it is not feasible if you do not know their location. When this happens and the biological parent is absent for more than a year, their rights can be terminated if there has been no contact with the child or if the parent has failed to support the child. There are various steps in the legal process of adopting. It is necessary for competent legal representation to guide you through the process. The Law Firm of Roberts & Kelly, LLP can provide the representation you need.

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