The decision to adopt a child starts an involved legal process. There can be many people or bodies involved before the process is complete. Not just you as the prospective adopter, the children’s guardians or birth parents, local authorities, and, of course, the child.
Where the child is being adopted from can add complications, and after the adoption, it's important to consider matters such as contact with birth relatives. If you object to an adoption, you need to know what to do too.
An expert team of children lawyers & solicitors
QualitySolicitors Bradbury Roberts & Raby has a team of expert family and children lawyers who can advise you of all aspects of the adoption process for children.
Regardless of where you plan to adopt from, options are explained before any action is taken. We clearly outline timescales, costs and what you should be thinking about at every stage of the adoption process.
What our client told us:
"Thoroughly impressed with Annie Mitchell, excellent service and professionalism throughout. Thank you." Mr H.
If a child is being taken away from you, we can act for you too. We explain things in plain simple English and make sure you are kept informed throughout. We attend case conferences, at court or negotiate with social workers.
Our Free Initial Assessment can provide you with an initial and basic assessment of your legal requirements, at no cost to you, which would typically last no more than 10 minutes. It's the perfect way to have a no obligation chat with a legal expert in complete confidence. Similarly, our Clear Price Guarantee means that we'll give you a full breakdown of costs in advance so there are no nasty surprises when you receive your bill.
To get expert legal advice and support on the Adoption process, contact us today on 01724 854000.