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All the general information listed below about adoptions is generalized and does not intend to provide specific legal advice. ​

General Information about Adoption

There is no greater joy than witnessing the unification of families. At KB Law Office, we handle various types of adoptions, and adoptions are a part of our practice that we enjoy immensely. Given all of the different things we see daily, adoptions are the most uplifting, and seeing families unite can give such an incredible feeling of happiness. 


There are several types of adoptions which include closed, semi-open, and open. And there are a variety of ways to adopt a child, including step-parent adoption, foster-to-adopt, and direct adoption.


We have worked with all different types of adoptions. We know the process and the steps to ensure the adoption is done correctly and in the fastest manner possible.


KB Law Office has handled guardianship and direct placement adoptions. Each adoption proceeding is unique, and no two adoptions are alike. Kimm is that attorney for you as she has done everything from parental consent adoptions to termination of rights.

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