Our experienced Naperville adoption attorneys are efficient and cost-effective. We will make the adoption process as smooth as possible and put you in the best position to succeed with your adoption.
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Naperville attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the top 3 qualities to look for in your adoption attorney.
Naperville adoption attorneys explain adoption law. Adoption in Illinois is governed by the Illinois Adoption Act. The following are the five different types of adoption:
To be eligible for adoption in Illinois you must have lived in Illinois for at least six months, not have a legal disability and have a good reputation. In most circumstances, the adopting parents must be over the age of 18.
Naperville adoption attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses multiple family child support payments under the new Illinois 2017 child support law.
In this article, our Naperville adoption lawyers explain the termination of biological parents’ parental rights, a prerequisite to adoption in Illinois. Some exceptions to this requirement include:
Our Naperville adoption lawyers explain the different process for voluntary termination and involuntary termination to the biological parents’ rights.
Naperville adoption attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the changes that recently occurred to Illinois child support law.
In this article, our Naperville adoption attorneys explain the adoption process. We explain some of the requirements of a properly filed adoption proceeding. We explain the initial hearing at which an interim order will be entered to determine temporary parental responsibilities until the final adoption order is entered. Our Naperville adoption lawyers explain what happens at the final adoption hearing, including the review of the investigator’s report, the guardian ad litem’s report, and affidavits submitted by each parties.