Adoption Law

Since the end of the 20th century, infertile couples and single people have increasingly turned to trans-racial and international adoptions, as well as new medical techniques for treating infertility and providing alternative methods of reproduction. Meanwhile, the number of older special-needs children awaiting adoption has skyrocketed. These children often come from backgrounds of abuse and neglect, and finding appropriate placements for them is one of the most pressing concerns in child welfare today.


In fiscal year 2001, 50,703 foster children were adopted in the United States, many by their foster parents or relatives of their Biological Parents. The enactment of the Adoption and Safe Families Act in 1997 has approximately doubled the number of children adopted from foster care in the United States.

Most Americans favor adoption, and many have at some point considered adoption. However, relatively few have taken concrete steps toward adopting a child, and fewer still have actually adopted a child.

Adoption Laws in U.S.A. vary from state to state and so it is advisable to equip yourself with the adoption law of that state before adopting a child. Our team of expert lawyers will guide you through the complete adoption procedures and any such information required for the same.

If you want to know more about the laws related to the consent of adoption or any information regarding adoption expenses, putative fathers or infant adoption, seek expert legal help from us.

If you are an unmarried couple or wishing to be a single father/ mother but are having problems in adoption and want to know all about the right of adoptee or your right as an adopter, our legal experts will make you aware of all necessary laws and help you to adopt a child.