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Adoption can be complicated, but possible. Whether you are a relative, third party or a step parent wishing to adopt a child, there is a specific process for the specific type of adoption to be followed. The process can be stressful, but it is one that can pay off for the parents and for the child.

If you wish to adopt a child, you will need the help of a skilled Minnesota or Wisconsin adoption attorney who has extensive experience with adoption cases. From the paperwork to the completion of the final step in the process, you will have an advocate in your corner that will be able to ensure everything is carried out correctly.

Helping You Exercise Your Rights

When a person wishes to adopt, they do have a number of choices. Those choices include:

  • Being able to adopt at the local, interstate, or international level
  • Adopting through private placement or through a licensed agency
  • Whether or not the child you wish to adopt is a relative or step-child
  • The subsidies and financial assistance that can be received if adopting an older child or special needs child
  • Whether to have an open adoption so the adoptive parents know who the birth parents are or a closed adoption where neither party is aware of each other’s identities
  • Adopting after using a gestational carrier or surrogacy
  • Adopting as a single person, a heterosexual couple, a same-sex couple, or even as an unmarried couple wishing to build a family

These are all areas that are to be considered depending on the specific nature of the adoption.

Helping You Navigate the Complexities of Adoption

An experienced Minnesota and Wisconsin adoption attorney will help you navigate the complexities of adopting. There are some complex issues that can come up, such as the regulations that govern adoptions. The Indian Child Welfare Act can play a role, as can the Hague Convention or the Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children. Other issues include the termination of parental rights before a third party can adopt, and filing notice on the appropriate Minnesota or Wisconsin Administrative Agency to ensure a child is not being adopted without the father’s knowledge.

There are many issues that need to be navigated and that is why we represent both adoptive and biological parents when it comes to adoption and other family matters. It is very important that individuals wishing to build their families are able to do so, but more important that children that need to be adopted are adopted into loving families. Although only licensed agencies can match children with adoptive parents, your attorney will help you through the legal process to remove as much stress from it as possible.

Contact A Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin Adoption Attorney

The adoption process can be complicated, but it can be simplified with the help of an experienced Minnesota and Wisconsin adoption attorney. At the Benjamin Kaasa Law Office, PLLC, we can help you through every step of the adoption process, ensuring it runs as smoothly and as quickly as possible. To learn more about how we can help you, call us at 218-464-3397 for a consultation.

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