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Adoption Lawyer in Montgomery County

Helping You Grow Your Family

Adoption is a wonderful choice that can not only enrich a family’s life but also gives a child in need a safe and loving home. However, the adoption process can be complex and involves many different steps. From the extensive paperwork to the tedious homestudy interviews, the process can be difficult to navigate. Consult a knowledgeable Montgomery County family law attorney to help guide you through the steps and legal requirements.

At Carl & Tavel, we help families navigate the adoption process. Call (281) 377-1348 to set up a consultation.

Comprehensive Adoption Services for Families & Birth Mothers

Being able to help families through the adoption process is one of the services we are passionate about. We know that it can be nerve-wracking and overwhelming to try and understand the legal requirements. Our team at Carl & Tavel can walk you through each step, making sure the paperwork is accurate and that your adoption is legally binding. No matter where you are in the adoption process, we can help.

Carl & Tavel can guide you through the adoption process, which includes:

  • Assisting with the adoption eligibility requirements
  • Assisting with birth parent parental rights issues
  • Finalizing all legal documents
  • Preparation for interviews, background checks, and homestudies
  • Serving as an Attorney Ad Litem

Adoption Lawyer Serving Harris & Montgomery Counties

Our dedicated team at Carl & Tavel has represented parents-to-be and birth mothers in wide variety of adoption cases. We can assist with all types of adoptions, including in-state, interstate, foster parent, and stepparent adoptions. If you have specific concerns about your eligibility or have preferences when it comes to adopting, these are all factors we take into consideration.

We serve clients all across Harris & Montgomery counties, including New Caney, Kingwood, and Porter.

To learn more about how our adoption lawyers can help, call our firm today at (281) 377-1348 or fill out our form

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