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St. Charles adoption attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to select the right adoption attorney for you.
In this article, our St. Charles adoption attorneys explain the different types of adoption that are available in Illinois, including:
St. Charles adoption lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the current state of Illinois child support laws.
In this article, our St. Charles adoption lawyers explain the requirements for adoption in Illinois.
You are eligible to adopt in Illinois if:
St. Charles adoption attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains allocation of parenting time and responsibility in Illinois.
In this article, our St. Charles adoption lawyers explain the adoption process in Illinois. We discuss the filing of the adoption petition and consents for adoption with the circuit court, the interim order hearing, appointment of a guardian ad litem, and the final adoption hearing at which the guardian ad litem's report and investigator's report are reviewed. We also explain the process for changing the child's birth certificate once the final adoption order has been entered.