Our Cook County adoption attorneys have the experience you need to guide you through the adoption process. With friendly client-service and affordable rates, we will ensure that you are placed in the best possible position for a smooth and successful adoption.
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Cook County Adoption Attorneys
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Cook County adoption lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains qualities you should look for in your adoption lawyer.
In this article, our Cook County adoption lawyers explain the adoption process in Illinois. We explain how to file an adoption petition, how to determine which court to file in, the deadline to file the petition, and how to obtain leave of court to file the petition if you have missed the deadline. We also explain what to expect from the adoption hearing.
Cook County adoption attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Illinois paternity law.
In this article, our Cook County adoption attorneys explain the involuntary termination of parental rights in Cook County, Illinois. In order to involuntarily terminate a biological parent's rights, the person seeking to terminate the rights must file a petition with the appropriate circuit court and prove by clearn and convincing evidence that the the defendant is an unfit parent.
Cook County adoption attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains allocation of parenting time and responsibility in Illinois.
In this article, our Cook County adoption lawyers explain who can be an adoptive parent in Illinois. In order to adopt in Illinois, you must not have a legal disability, must have lived in Illinois for at least 6 months (with certain exceptions), you must have a good reputation, and you must be over the age of 18 (in the absence of good cause to adopt despite being younger).