Things You Need to Know About Adopting a Child in Georgia

Things You Need to Know About Adopting a Child in Georgia

If you’re considering adopting a child in Georgia or placing your child for adoption, Thomas Tebeau can help you with the adoption process. However, you must first know what the procedure of child adoption involves and whether you meet the requirements.

That is where our experience and expertise come in. If you are a parent looking to adopt a child or a pregnant woman considering placing her child in the adoption center. We can consult you if the adoption is right for you or not and guide you on the process of child adoption in Georgia. If you’re unaware of the benefits of adopting a child in Georgia, you must read our blog on it. Let’s have a look at some basic information that you must know if you are thinking of adopting a child in Georgia.

What You Must Know About Adopting a Child in Georgia

Adopting a child can be a life-changing experience for a family. Thomas Tebeau ensures that the experience is healthy for the child and the family by following certain requirements and criteria.

Requirements For Child Adoption in Georgia

If you’re considering adopting a child in Georgia, you must meet certain requirements set by Georgian Adoption Laws. Although these requirements may vary based on the adoption process, you opt for like stepparent adoption, private domestic infant adoption, etc. The general requirements are the following:

  • You must be 25 years old or married.
  • You must be living with a spouse.
  • You must be 10 years older than the child you wish to adopt.
  • You must have the financial, physical, and mental ability to take care of a child permanently.
  • If you’re married, you should adopt a child jointly with your spouse.
  • You must be a bona fide resident of the state.

There might also be other residential requirements. Therefore, it is recommended that you consult adoption lawyers to get more information about the adoption requirements.

You might also be required to complete a home investigation and some background clearances if you are considering adopting a child unrelated to you by marriage or by blood. However, it depends on your individual situation. A stepparent or relative investigation does not require a home investigation. You must consult an adoption attorney to understand and get to know the requirements which meet your individual case.

Requirements For Placing a Child for Adoption in Georgia

If you consider placing your child for adoption in Georgia, through stepparent or relative or domestic infant adoption, you can easily do that by consulting our expert adoption lawyers. We at Thomas Tebeau will guide you in detail through the steps you will have to go through and the requirements you will need to fulfill. You must also be aware of the Georgian adoption laws, which your lawyer will go through for you.

We hope you find this information useful. For any other queries or information, or consultation about which type of adoption plan best suits your needs or if you meet the requirements set by Georgian adoption law, you must visit our website and book an appointment to discuss the possibilities with the lawyers at Thomas Tebeau.


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