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Bolingbrook adoption lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the allocation of parenting time and responsibility in Illinois.
In this article, our Bolingbrook adoption lawyers explain who is elitible to adopt a child in Illinois. In order to adopt in Illinois:
Bolingbrook adoption attorney explains some of the qualities to look for when selecting your attorney.
In order for an adoption order to be entered, the parental rights of the biological parents must first be terminated either voluntarily or involuntarily. Exceptions to this rule include situations in which the biological parent is deceased, the adoptee is an adult, or when one of the petitioners for adoption is the biological parent of the child. Our Bolingbrook adoption lawyers explain the process for both voluntary and involuntary termination of biological parents' parental rights.
Bolingbrook adoption lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty describes recent changes to Illinois child support laws.
The first step in the adoption process is the filing of an adoption petition in the appropriate court, along with all necessary consents. Next, an interim order hearing will be held, to determine temporary parental responsibilities and appoint an investigator. Six months after the interim adoption hearing, a final adoption hearing will be held. In this article, our Bolingbrook adoption lawyers walk you through the adoption process step by step.