Wyoming

Adoption Wyoming

WYOMING
STEPPARENT ADOPTION   Professional & Guaranteed

 

Important information about filing an adoption in Wyoming.

ADOPTING YOUR STEP CHILD IN WYOMING: We are committed to helping unite families through stepparent adoption. We understand that some relationships leave a child with an absent parent. Our program allows families to complete their Wyoming step parent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney.
 
Completing a stepparent adoption in Wyoming doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our goal is to empower families with an affordable means to adopt their stepson or stepdaughter. We back our service with a 100% court acceptance guarantee.
 
Adopt your step child in Wyoming. Forms to help do it yourself families to complete their own adoption in Wyoming.

Wyoming step parent adoption

 
Wyoming stepson and stepdaughter adoption.
 

Helping the entire State of Wyoming in stepparent adoption.

We help families throughout the entire State. Our documents have consistently been praised by the Courts in Wyoming and recommended by court clerks.
 
We help families in every city of Wyoming, including: Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Green River, Evanston, Riverton, Jackson, Cody, Rawlins, Lander, Douglas, Powell, Torrington, Worland, Buffalo, Newcastle, Wheatland, and every other city in Wyoming.
 

Important information about filing an adoption in Wyoming.

A stepparent adoption in Wyoming can be a fairly simple process, and it can be a wonderful step to take to unit the family unit. When the adoption is completed, the child will have the following benefits:
 
> New name is established (if desired)
> New birth certificate
> Two legal parents active in the child’s life
> Ability to inherit from adoptive parent
 
The child will have a relationship with the adoptive parent that is the same as if the child were born to the stepparent. The child’s new birth certificate will show the child’s new name and will have the adoptive parent and the natural parent listed as the child’s mother and father.
 
If your matter is complex, a local adoption attorney can answer any legal questions you may have. Review the following fact check which provides a general guideline as to whether you can do your own adoption:
 

Who can adopt.

> Stepmother, or
> Stepfather
A stepparent in Wyoming can file to adopt his or her step child. The stepparent must be legally married to the child’s parent.
 
In some states, a domestic partnership and same-sex marriages may also adopt under the step parent adoption laws.

Parental Rights

Both the biological father and the biological mother have parental rights to the child. In every adoption, the absent or consenting parents parental rights will have to be terminated.
 
Some of the common grounds for termination of parental rights are:
 
> Abandonment of the child
> Lack of financial support
> Sustained lack of contact
> Abuse or neglect of minor children
> Putative or presumptive father is not the bio-father

Child’s consent

In Wyoming, if the child is over 12 years of age, the child will be required to sign a consent to the adoption.

Where to file

You will file your step parent adoption documents in the court located in the county where you reside. If you are in the military, you have the option to file in your home-state of record.
 
We have listed the address for some of the Wyoming Courts below.

Wyoming Adoption

After you have determined that you want to complete a stepparent adoption, and have familiarized yourself with the adoption process, we can help you make the adoption a reality.
 
The adoption is fairly simple:
 
> Complete our online questionnaire
> Review and sign the adoption forms
> Notice the absent parent
> Sign all consents
> Complete background check (if required)
> Complete home-study (if required)
> Attend final adoption hearing
 
We will let you know if a background check or home study is required. We will also let you know if your specific situation can eliminate any steps or whether a step or two will need to be added.

 
Do it yourself step parent adoption in Wyoming
 

WYOMING COURT LOCATIONS:

Here is the information for all of the courts in Wyoming that handle adoptions. If your region is not listed, we will include the nearest court information with your documents.

 

Laramie County District Court: 309 W. 20th Street, Room 3205, Cheyenne, WY 82003-0787 Phone: 307.633.4270 Fax: 307.633.4277

 

Albany County District Court: Albany County Courthouse, 525 Grand Avenue, Suite 305, Laramie, WY 82070 Phone: 307.721.2508

 

Sweetwater County District Court: Sweetwater County Courthouse, 80 West Flaming Gorge, Green River, WY 82935 Phone: 307.872.6448 Fax: 307.872.6439

Uinta County District Court: Uinta County Complex, 225 9th Street, Evanston, WY 82930 Phone: 307.783.0456 Fax: 307.783.0400

Johnson County District Court: Johnson County Courthouse, 76 North Main Street, Buffalo, WY 82834 Phone: 307.684.7271 Fax: 307.684.5146

Natrona County District Court: Natrona County Courthouse, 200 North Center, Casper, WY 82601 Phone: 307.235.9243 Fax: 307.235.9493

Campbell County District Court: Campbell Co. Courthouse, 500 S. Gillette Avenue, Ste. 2600, Gillette, WY 82716 Phone: 307.682.3424 Fax: 307.687.6209

Crook County District Court: Crook County Courthouse, 309 Cleveland, Sundance, WY 82729 Phone: 307.283.2523 Fax: 307.283.2996

Carbon County District Court: 415 West Pine Street, Rawlins, WY 82301 Phone: 307.328.2628 Fax: 307.328.2629

 

Washington County Family Court: 4800 Tower Hill Road, Suite 196, Wakefield, RI 02879 Phone: (401) 782-4111

 

Court filing fees.

The court filing fees for an adoption in Wyoming are approximately $200.

 
Step Parent Adoption in Wyoming We help families throughout Wyoming complete their stepparent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney. We serve families in Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Green River, Evanston, Riverton, Jackson, Cody, Rawlins, Lander, Douglas, Powell, Torrington, Worland, Buffalo, Newcastle, Wheatland, and all the other cities in Wyoming.
 

Start your Wyoming Stepparent Adoption Today!

 
Step parent support
 

Adopt in Wyoming

 

South Carolina

Adoption South Carolina

SOUTH CAROLINA
STEPPARENT ADOPTION   Professional & Guaranteed

 

Important information about filing an adoption in South Carolina.

ADOPTING YOUR STEP CHILD IN SOUTH CAROLINA: We are committed to helping unite families through stepparent adoption. We understand that some relationships leave a child with an absent parent. Our program allows families to complete their South Carolina step parent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney.
 
Completing a stepparent adoption in South Carolina doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our goal is to empower families with an affordable means to adopt their stepson or stepdaughter. We back our service with a 100% court acceptance guarantee.
 
Adopt your step child in South Carolina. Forms to help do it yourself families to complete their own adoption in South Carolina.

South Carolina step parent adoption

 
South Carolina stepson and stepdaughter adoption.
 

Helping the entire State of South Carolina in stepparent adoption.

We help families throughout the entire State. Our documents have consistently been praised by the Courts in South Carolina and recommended by court clerks.
 
We help families in every city of South Carolina, including: Columbia, Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Rock Hill, Greenville, Summerville, Sumter, Hilton Head Island, Florence, Spartanburg, Goose Creek, Aiken, Myrtle Beach, Anderson, and every other city in South Carolina.
 

Important information about filing an adoption in South Carolina.

A stepparent adoption in South Carolina can be a fairly simple process, and it can be a wonderful step to take to unit the family unit. When the adoption is completed, the child will have the following benefits:
 
> New name is established (if desired)
> New birth certificate
> Two legal parents active in the child’s life
> Ability to inherit from adoptive parent
 
The child will have a relationship with the adoptive parent that is the same as if the child were born to the stepparent. The child’s new birth certificate will show the child’s new name and will have the adoptive parent and the natural parent listed as the child’s mother and father.
 
If your matter is complex, a local adoption attorney can answer any legal questions you may have. Review the following fact check which provides a general guideline as to whether you can do your own adoption:
 

Who can adopt.

> Stepmother, or
> Stepfather
A stepparent in South Carolina can file to adopt his or her step child. The stepparent must be legally married to the child’s parent.
 
In some states, a domestic partnership and same-sex marriages may also adopt under the step parent adoption laws.

Parental Rights

Both the biological father and the biological mother have parental rights to the child. In every adoption, the absent or consenting parents parental rights will have to be terminated.
 
Some of the common grounds for termination of parental rights are:
 
> Abandonment of the child
> Lack of financial support
> Sustained lack of contact
> Abuse or neglect of minor children
> Putative or presumptive father is not the bio-father

Child’s consent

In South Carolina, if the child is over 12 years of age, the child will be required to sign a consent to the adoption.

Where to file

You will file your step parent adoption documents in the court located in the county where you reside. If you are in the military, you have the option to file in your home-state of record.
 
We have listed the address for some of the South Carolina Courts below.

South Carolina Adoption

After you have determined that you want to complete a stepparent adoption, and have familiarized yourself with the adoption process, we can help you make the adoption a reality.
 
The adoption is fairly simple:
 
> Complete our online questionnaire
> Review and sign the adoption forms
> Notice the absent parent
> Sign all consents
> Complete background check (if required)
> Complete home-study (if required)
> Attend final adoption hearing
 
We will let you know if a background check or home study is required. We will also let you know if your specific situation can eliminate any steps or whether a step or two will need to be added.

 
Do it yourself step parent adoption in South Carolina
 

SOUTH CAROLINA COURT LOCATIONS:

Here is the information for all of the courts in South Carolina that handle adoptions. If your region is not listed, we will include the nearest court information with your documents.

 

Richland County Family Court: PO Box 2766, 1701 Main Street, Rm 205, Columbia, SC 29202 Phone: (803) 576-1999 Fax: (803) 748-5039

 

Lexington County Family Court: 205 East Main Street, Suite 146, Lexington, SC 29072-3599 Phone: (803) 785-8212 Fax: (803) 785-8314

 

Charleston County Family Court: 100 Broad Street Suite 106, Charleston, SC 29401-2258 Phone: (843) 958-4400 Fax: (843) 958-4434

 

Beaufort County Family Court: PO Box 1128, 102 Ribaut Road, Rm. 208, Beaufort, SC 29901-1128 Phone: (843) 470-5218 Fax: (843) 470-5248

 

Dorchester County Family Court: 101 Ridge Street, St. George, SC 29477 Phone: (843) 563-0121 Fax: (843) 563-0178

 

York County Family Court: PO Box 649, 1675 -1G York Highway, York, SC 29745 Phone: (803) 628-3036 Fax: (803) 628-3133

 

Greenville County Family Court: 305 E. North Street, Greenville, SC 29601-2120 Phone: (864) 467-8551 Fax: (864) 467-8540 Email: clerkofcourt@greenvillecounty.org

 

Florence County Family Court:180 N. Irby St., Florence, SC 29501-3456 Phone: (843) 665-3031 Fax: (843) 665-3097

 

Horry County Family Court: PO Box 677, 1301 2nd Avenue, Conway, SC 29528 Phone: (843) 915-5080 Fax: (843) 915-6081

 

Georgetown County Family Court: 129 Screven Street, Suite 221, Georgetown, SC 29442 Phone: (843) 545-3046 Fax: (843) 545-3294
 

Court filing fees.

The court filing fees for an adoption in South Carolina are approximately $200.

 
Step Parent Adoption in South Carolina We help families throughout South Carolina complete their stepparent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney. We serve families in Columbia, Charleston, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Rock Hill, Greenville, Summerville, Sumter, Hilton Head Island, Florence, Spartanburg, Goose Creek, Aiken, Myrtle Beach, Anderson, and all the other cities in South Carolina.
 

Start your South Carolina Stepparent Adoption Today!

 
Step parent support
 

Adopt in South Carolina

 

New Jersey

Adoption New Jersey

NEW JERSEY
STEPPARENT ADOPTION   Professional & Guaranteed

 

Important information about filing an adoption in New Jersey.

ADOPTING YOUR STEP CHILD IN NEW JERSEY: We are committed to helping unite families through stepparent adoption. We understand that some relationships leave a child with an absent parent. Our program allows families to complete their New Jersey step parent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney.
 
Completing a stepparent adoption in New Jersey doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our goal is to empower families with an affordable means to adopt their stepson or stepdaughter. We back our service with a 100% court acceptance guarantee.
 
Adopt your step child in New Jersey. Forms to help do it yourself families to complete their own adoption in New Jersey.

New Jersey step parent adoption

 
New Jersey stepson and stepdaughter adoption.
 

Helping the entire State of New Jersey in stepparent adoption.

We help families throughout the entire State. Our documents have consistently been praised by the Courts in New Jersey and recommended by court clerks.
 
We help families in every city of New Jersey, including: Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison, Toms river, Hamilton, Trenton, Clifton, Camden, Cherry Hill, and every other city in New Jersey.
 

Important information about filing an adoption in New Jersey.

A stepparent adoption in New Jersey can be a fairly simple process, and it can be a wonderful step to take to unit the family unit. When the adoption is completed, the child will have the following benefits:
 
> New name is established (if desired)
> New birth certificate
> Two legal parents active in the child’s life
> Ability to inherit from adoptive parent
 
The child will have a relationship with the adoptive parent that is the same as if the child were born to the stepparent. The child’s new birth certificate will show the child’s new name and will have the adoptive parent and the natural parent listed as the child’s mother and father.
 
If your matter is complex, a local adoption attorney can answer any legal questions you may have. Review the following fact check which provides a general guideline as to whether you can do your own adoption:
 

Who can adopt.

> Stepmother, or
> Stepfather
A stepparent in New Jersey can file to adopt his or her step child. The stepparent must be legally married to the child’s parent.
 
In some states, a domestic partnership and same-sex marriages may also adopt under the step parent adoption laws.

Parental Rights

Both the biological father and the biological mother have parental rights to the child. In every adoption, the absent or consenting parents parental rights will have to be terminated.
 
Some of the common grounds for termination of parental rights are:
 
> Abandonment of the child
> Lack of financial support
> Sustained lack of contact
> Abuse or neglect of minor children
> Putative or presumptive father is not the bio-father

Child’s consent

In New Jersey, if the child is over 12 years of age, the child will be required to sign a consent to the adoption.

Where to file

You will file your step parent adoption documents in the court located in the county where you reside. If you are in the military, you have the option to file in your home-state of record.
 
We have listed the address for some of the New Jersey Courts below.

New Jersey Adoption

After you have determined that you want to complete a stepparent adoption, and have familiarized yourself with the adoption process, we can help you make the adoption a reality.
 
The adoption is fairly simple:
 
> Complete our online questionnaire
> Review and sign the adoption forms
> Notice the absent parent
> Sign all consents
> Complete background check (if required)
> Complete home-study (if required)
> Attend final adoption hearing
 
We will let you know if a background check or home study is required. We will also let you know if your specific situation can eliminate any steps or whether a step or two will need to be added.

 
Do it yourself step parent adoption in New Jersey
 

NEW JERSEY COURT LOCATIONS:

Here is the information for all of the courts in New Jersey that handle adoptions. If your region is not listed, we will include the nearest court information with your documents.

 

Essex County Superior Court – Family Division: Robert N. Wilentz Court Complex 212 Washington Street Newark, NJ 07102 Phone: (973)693-5701

 

Mercer County Superior Court: Mercer County Courthouse: 175 South Broad Street Trenton, NJ 08650-0068 Phone: (609) 571-4000

 

St. Charles County Courthouse: 2300 N. 2nd Street, St. Charles, MO 63301 Phone: 636-949-3080 Fax: 636-949-7384

 

Camden County Superior Court: Hall of Justice 101 South 5th Street Camden NJ 08103 Phone: (856) 379-2200

 

Hudson County Superior Court: William J. Brennan, Jr. Courthouse 583 Newark Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07306 Phone: (201)795-6000
 

Court filing fees.

The court filing fees for an adoption in New Jersey are approximately $200.

 
Step Parent Adoption in New Jersey We help families throughout New Jersey complete their stepparent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney. We serve families in Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison, Toms river, Hamilton, Trenton, Clifton, Camden, Cherry Hill, and all the other cities in New Jersey.
 

Start your New Jersey Stepparent Adoption Today!

 
Step parent support
 

Adopt in New Jersey

 

Maryland

Adoption Maryland

MARYLAND
STEPPARENT ADOPTION   Professional & Guaranteed

 

Important information about filing an adoption in Maryland.

ADOPTING YOUR STEP CHILD IN MARYLAND: We are committed to helping unite families through stepparent adoption. We understand that some relationships leave a child with an absent parent. Our program allows families to complete their Maryland step parent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney.

Completing a stepparent adoption in Maryland doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our goal is to empower families with an affordable means to adopt their stepson or stepdaughter. We back our service with a 100% court acceptance guarantee.

Adopt your step child in Maryland. Forms to help do it yourself families to complete their own adoption in Maryland.

Maryland step parent adoption

Maryland stepson and stepdaughter adoption.

Helping the entire State of Maryland in stepparent adoption.

We help families throughout the entire State. Our documents have consistently been praised by the Courts in Maryland and recommended by court clerks.

We help families in every city of Maryland, including: Baltimore, Frederick, Rockville, Gaithersville, Bowie, Hagerstown, Annapolis, College Park, Salisbury, Laurel, Greenbelt, and every other city in Maryland.

Important information about filing an adoption in Maryland.

A stepparent adoption in Maryland can be a fairly simple process, and it can be a wonderful step to take to unit the family unit. When the adoption is completed, the child will have the following benefits:

> New name is established (if desired)
> New birth certificate
> Two legal parents active in the child’s life
> Ability to inherit from adoptive parent

The child will have a relationship with the adoptive parent that is the same as if the child were born to the stepparent. The child’s new birth certificate will show the child’s new name and will have the adoptive parent and the natural parent listed as the child’s mother and father.

If your matter is complex, a local adoption attorney can answer any legal questions you may have. Review the following fact check which provides a general guideline as to whether you can do your own adoption:

Who can adopt.

> Stepmother, or
> Stepfather
A stepparent in Maryland can file to adopt his or her step child. The stepparent must be legally married to the child’s parent.

In some states, a domestic partnership and same-sex marriages may also adopt under the step parent adoption laws.

Parental Rights

Both the biological father and the biological mother have parental rights to the child. In every adoption, the absent or consenting parents parental rights will have to be terminated.

Some of the common grounds for termination of parental rights are:

> Abandonment of the child
> Lack of financial support
> Sustained lack of contact
> Abuse or neglect of minor children
> Putative or presumptive father is not the bio-father

Child’s consent

In Maryland, if the child is 10 years of age, the child will be required to sign a consent to the adoption.

Where to file

You will file your step parent adoption documents in the court located in the county where you reside. If you are in the military, you have the option to file in your home-state of record.

We have listed the address for some of the Maryland Courts below.

Maryland Adoption

After you have determined that you want to complete a stepparent adoption, and have familiarized yourself with the adoption process, we can help you make the adoption a reality.

The adoption is fairly simple:

> Complete our online questionnaire
> Review and sign the adoption forms
> Notice the absent parent
> Sign all consents
> Complete background check (if required)
> Complete home-study (if required)
> Attend final adoption hearing

We will let you know if a background check or home study is required. We will also let you know if your specific situation can eliminate any steps or whether a step or two will need to be added.

Do it yourself step parent adoption in Maryland

MARYLAND COURT LOCATIONS:

Here is the information for all of the courts in Maryland that handle adoptions. If your region is not listed, we will include the nearest court information with your documents.

 

Frederick County Courthouse: 100 West Patrick St., Frederick, MD 21701 Phone: 301-600-2005

 

Baltimore County Courts Building: 401 Bosley Avenue, Mailstop 3102, Towson, Maryland 21204 Phone: 410-887-2687 Fax: 410-887-4806 E-mail: circuitcourt@baltimorecountymd.gov

 

City of Baltimore County: Courthouse East: 111 North Calvert St., Room 462, Baltimore, MD 21202 Phone: 410-333-3722 or Phone: 410-333-3711

 

Howard County Courthouse:8360 Court Ave., Ellicott City, MD 21043 Phone: 410-313-2111

 

Montgomery County Judicial Center:50 Maryland Ave., Rockville, MD 20850 Phone: 240-777-9402

 

Harford County Courthouse: 20 West Courtland St., Bel Air, MD 21014 Phone: 410-638-3426

 

Cecil County Courthouse: 129 East Main St., Elkton, MD 21921 Phone: 410-996-5315

 

Washington County Courthouse:95 West Washington St., Hagerstown, MD 21740 – 4831 Phone 301-733-8660

 

Allegany County Circuit Court: Allegany County Courthouse:30 Washington St., Cumberland, MD 21502 Phone: 301-777-5929 Fax: 301-777-2100

 

Garrett County Courthouse: P.O. Box 447, 203 South 4th St., Oakland, MD 21550 – 0447 Phone: 301-334-1934 Fax: 301-334-5017

Court filing fees.

The court filing fees for an adoption in Maryland are approximately $200.
Step Parent Adoption in Maryland We help families throughout Maryland complete their stepparent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney. We serve families in Baltimore, Frederick, Rockville, Gaithersville, Bowie, Hagerstown, Annapolis, College Park, Salisbury, Laurel, Greenbelt, and all the other cities in Maryland.

Start your Maryland Stepparent Adoption Today!

Step parent support

Adopt in Maryland

 

Georgia

Adoption Georgia

GEORGIA
STEPPARENT ADOPTION   Professional & Guaranteed

 

Important information about filing an adoption in Georgia.

ADOPTING YOUR STEP CHILD IN GEORGIA: We are committed to helping unite families through stepparent adoption. We understand that some relationships leave a child with an absent parent. Our program allows families to complete their Georgia step parent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney.
 
Completing a stepparent adoption in Georgia doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our goal is to empower families with an affordable means to adopt their stepson or stepdaughter. We back our service with a 100% court acceptance guarantee.
 
Adopt your step child in Georgia. Forms to help do it yourself families to complete their own adoption in Georgia.

Georgia step parent adoption

Georgia stepson and stepdaughter adoption.

Helping the entire State of Georgia in stepparent adoption.

We help families throughout the entire State. Our documents have consistently been praised by the Courts in Georgia and recommended by court clerks.
   
We help families in every city of Georgia, including: Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Savannah, Athens, Sandy Springs, Macon, Roswell, Albany, Johns Creek, Warner Robins, Alpharetta, Marietta, Valdosta, Smyrna, Dunwoody, Rome, Peachtree City, Gainesville, East Point, Hinesville, Newnan, Milton, Douglasville, Kennesaw, and every other city in Georgia.  
 

Important information about filing an adoption in Georgia.

A stepparent adoption in Georgia can be a fairly simple process, and it can be a wonderful step to take to unit the family unit. When the adoption is completed, the child will have the following benefits:
 
> New name is established (if desired)
> New birth certificate
> Two legal parents active in the child’s life
> Ability to inherit from adoptive parent
 
The child will have a relationship with the adoptive parent that is the same as if the child were born to the stepparent. The child’s new birth certificate will show the child’s new name and will have the adoptive parent and the natural parent listed as the child’s mother and father.
 
If your matter is complex, a local adoption attorney can answer any legal questions you may have. Review the following fact check which provides a general guideline as to whether you can do your own adoption:
 

Who can adopt.

> Stepmother, or
> Stepfather
 
A stepparent in Georgia can file to adopt his or her step child. The stepparent must be legally married to the child’s parent.
 
In some states, a domestic partnership and same-sex marriages may also adopt under the step parent adoption laws.
 

Parental Rights

Both the biological father and the biological mother have parental rights to the child. In every adoption, the absent or consenting parents parental rights will have to be terminated.
 
Some of the common grounds for termination of parental rights are:
 
> Abandonment of the child
> Lack of financial support
> Sustained lack of contact
> Abuse or neglect of minor children
> Putative or presumptive father is not the bio-father
 

Child’s consent

In Georgia, if the child is over 12 years of age, the child will be required to sign a consent to the adoption.

Where to file

You will file your step parent adoption documents in the court located in the county where you reside. If you are in the military, you have the option to file in your home-state of record.
 
We have listed the address for some of the Georgia Courts below.
 

Georgia Adoption

After you have determined that you want to complete a stepparent adoption, and have familiarized yourself with the adoption process, we can help you make the adoption a reality.

The adoption is fairly simple:
 
> Complete our online questionnaire
> Review and sign the adoption forms
> Notice the absent parent
> Sign all consents
> Complete background check (if required)
> Complete home-study (if required)
> Attend final adoption hearing
 
In a Georgia adoption, the court must know whether the father is a legal father or a biological father. A biological father is one who has not signed an affidavit of paternity or is not listed on the birth certificate. A Legal father is one who is named on the child’s birth certificate, signed an affidavit of paternity or was determined to be the father by a court order.
 
No home-study is required when the father signs a consent or the father is a “biological father”. When the father is a legal father and he does not sign a consent, the court is required to do a home study.
 
Also, when the father is a biological father and not listed on the birth certificate, you will be required to perform a search of the putative father registry. You do need an attorney for any part of the adoption except for submitting the search of the putative father registry. This request must come from an attorney.

Do it yourself step parent adoption in Georgia

GEORGIA COURT LOCATIONS:

Here is the information for all of the courts in Georgia that handle adoptions. If your region is not listed, we will include the nearest court information with your documents.

 

Fulton County Superior Court: 136 Pryor Street S.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Phone: (404) 730-4518

 

Chatham County Superior Court: G133 Montgomery St., Savannah, GA 31401 Phone: (912) 652-7201

 

Richmond County Superior Court:530 Greene St., Augusta, GA 30911 Phone: (706) 821-1837

 

Muscogee County Superior Court:3100 Tenth St., Columbus, GA 31902-1340 Phone: (706) 653-4370

 

Cobb County Superior Court:32 Waddell Street, Marietta, GA 30090 Phone: (770) 528-1300

 

Clarke County Superior Court:325 E. Washington St, Athens, GA 30601 Phone: (706) 613-3190

 

Richmond County Superior Court:530 Greene St., Augusta, GA 30911 Phone: 706-821-1837

 

Dougherty County Superior Court:PO Box 1827, Albany, GA 31702-1827 Phone: (229) 431-2198

Court filing fees.

The court filing fees for an adoption in Georgia are approximately $200.
 
 
Step Parent Adoption in Georgia We help families throughout Georgia complete their stepparent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney. We serve families in Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Savannah, Athens, Sandy Springs, Macon, Roswell, Albany, Johns Creek, Warner Robins, Alpharetta, Marietta, Valdosta, Smyrna, Dunwoody, Rome, Peachtree City, Gainesville, East Point, Hinesville, Newnan, Milton, Douglasville, Kennesaw, and all the other cities in Georgia.
 

Start your Georgia Stepparent Adoption Today!

 
Step parent support

Adopt in Georgia

Wisconsin

Adoption Wisconsin

WISCONSIN
STEPPARENT ADOPTION   Professional & Guaranteed

 

Important information about filing an adoption in Wisconsin.

ADOPTING YOUR STEP CHILD IN WISCONSIN: We are committed to helping unite families through stepparent adoption. We understand that some relationships leave a child with an absent parent. Our program allows families to complete their Wisconsin step parent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney.
 
Completing a stepparent adoption in Wisconsin doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our goal is to empower families with an affordable means to adopt their stepson or stepdaughter. We back our service with a 100% court acceptance guarantee.
 
Adopt your step child in Wisconsin. Forms to help do it yourself families to complete their own adoption in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin step parent adoption

 
Wisconsin stepson and stepdaughter adoption.
 

Helping the entire State of Wisconsin in stepparent adoption.

We help families throughout the entire State. Our documents have consistently been praised by the Courts in Wisconsin and recommended by court clerks.
 
We help families in every city of Wisconsin, including: Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Appleton, Waukesha, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, Janesville, West Allis, La Crosse, Sheboygan, Wauwatosa, Fond du Lac, New Berlin, Wausau, Brookfield, Franklin, Oak Creek, Manitowoc, West Bend, and every other city in Wisconsin.
 

Important information about filing an adoption in Wisconsin.

A stepparent adoption in Wisconsin can be a fairly simple process, and it can be a wonderful step to take to unit the family unit. When the adoption is completed, the child will have the following benefits:
 
> New name is established (if desired)
> New birth certificate
> Two legal parents active in the child’s life
> Ability to inherit from adoptive parent
 
The child will have a relationship with the adoptive parent that is the same as if the child were born to the stepparent. The child’s new birth certificate will show the child’s new name and will have the adoptive parent and the natural parent listed as the child’s mother and father.
 
If your matter is complex, a local adoption attorney can answer any legal questions you may have. Review the following fact check which provides a general guideline as to whether you can do your own adoption:
 

Who can adopt.

> Stepmother, or
> Stepfather
A stepparent in Wisconsin can file to adopt his or her step child. The stepparent must be legally married to the child’s parent.
 
In some states, a domestic partnership and same-sex marriages may also adopt under the step parent adoption laws.

Parental Rights

Both the biological father and the biological mother have parental rights to the child. In every adoption, the absent or consenting parents parental rights will have to be terminated.
 
Some of the common grounds for termination of parental rights are:
 
> Abandonment of the child
> Lack of financial support
> Sustained lack of contact
> Abuse or neglect of minor children
> Putative or presumptive father is not the bio-father

Child’s consent

In Wisconsin, if the child is over 12 years of age, the child will be required to sign a consent to the adoption.

Where to file

You will file your step parent adoption documents in the court located in the county where you reside. If you are in the military, you have the option to file in your home-state of record.
 
We have listed the address for some of the Wisconsin Courts below.

Wisconsin Adoption

After you have determined that you want to complete a stepparent adoption, and have familiarized yourself with the adoption process, we can help you make the adoption a reality.
 
The adoption is fairly simple:
 
> Complete our online questionnaire
> Review and sign the adoption forms
> Notice the absent parent
> Sign all consents
> Complete background check (if required)
> Complete home-study (if required)
> Attend final adoption hearing
 
We will let you know if a background check or home study is required. We will also let you know if your specific situation can eliminate any steps or whether a step or two will need to be added.

 
Do it yourself step parent adoption in Wisconsin
 

WISCONSIN COURT LOCATIONS:

Here is the information for all of the courts in Wisconsin that handle adoptions. If your region is not listed, we will include the nearest court information with your documents.

 

Douglas County Circuit Court: 1313 Belnap St., Superior, WI 54880-2769 Phone: (715) 395-1469

 

Eau Claire County Circuit Court: 721 Oxford Ave., Eau Claire, WI 54703-5496 Phone: (715) 839-4816

 

La Crosse County Circuit Court: 333 Vine St., La Crosse, WI 54601-3296 Phone: (608) 785-9590

 

Brown County Circuit Court: 100 S Jefferson St., Green Bay, WI 54305-3600 Phone: (920) 448-4155

 

Outagamie County Circuit Court: 320 S Walnut St., Appleton, WI 54911-5991 Phone: (920) 832-5131

 

Winnebago County Circuit Court:415 Jackson Dr., Oshkosh, WI 54903-2808 Phone: (920) 236-4848

 

Dane County Circuit Court: City County Building, 215 S Hamilton St., Madison, WI 53703 Phone: (608) 266-4679

 

Milwaukee County Circuit Court: 901 N 9th St., Milwaukee, WI 53233 Phone: (414) 278-5362

 

Waukesha County Circuit Court: 515 W Moreland Blvd., Waukesha, WI 53188-2428 Phone: (262) 896-8525

 

Rock County Circuit Court: 51 S Main St., Janesville, WI 53545-3978 Phone: (608) 743-2200

 

Adams County Circuit Court: 402 Main St., Friendship, WI 53934-0220 Phone: (608) 339-4208

 

Columbia County Circuit Court:400 Dewitt St., Portage, WI 53901-0587 Phone: (608) 742-9642

 

Juneau County Circuit Court: 220 E State St., Mauston, WI 53948-0246 Phone: (608) 847-9356

 

Sauk County Circuit Court: 515 Oak St., Baraboo, WI 53913-0449 Phone: (608) 355-3287

 

Monroe County Circuit Court:112 S Court St., Sparta, WI 54656 Phone: (608) 269-8745

 

Sawyer County Circuit Court: 10610 Main, Hayward, WI 54843 Phone: (715) 634-4887

 

Dunn County Circuit Court:615 Stokke Pkwy Ste 1500, Menomonie, WI 54751 Phone: (715) 232-2611

 

Polk County Circuit Court:1001 West Main St., Balsam Lake, WI 54810-9071 Phone: (715) 485-9299

 

Bayfield County Circuit Court: 117 E 5th St., Washburn, WI 54891-9464 Phone: (715) 373-6108
 

Court filing fees.

The court filing fees for an adoption in Wisconsin are approximately $200.

 
Step Parent Adoption in Wisconsin We help families throughout Wisconsin complete their stepparent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney. We serve families in Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Appleton, Waukesha, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, Janesville, West Allis, La Crosse, Sheboygan, Wauwatosa, Fond du Lac, New Berlin, Wausau, Brookfield, Franklin, Oak Creek, Manitowoc, West Bend, and all the other cities in Wisconsin.
 

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Rhode Island

Adoption Rhode Island

RHODE ISLAND
STEPPARENT ADOPTION   Professional & Guaranteed

 

Important information about filing an adoption in Rhode Island.

ADOPTING YOUR STEP CHILD IN RHODE ISLAND: We are committed to helping unite families through stepparent adoption. We understand that some relationships leave a child with an absent parent. Our program allows families to complete their Rhode Island step parent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney.
 
Completing a stepparent adoption in Rhode Island doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our goal is to empower families with an affordable means to adopt their stepson or stepdaughter. We back our service with a 100% court acceptance guarantee.
 
Adopt your step child in Rhode Island. Forms to help do it yourself families to complete their own adoption in Rhode Island.

Rhode Island step parent adoption

 
Rhode Island stepson and stepdaughter adoption.
 

Helping the entire State of Rhode Island in stepparent adoption.

We help families throughout the entire State. Our documents have consistently been praised by the Courts in Rhode Island and recommended by court clerks.
 
We help families in every city of Rhode Island, including: Providence, Warwick, Cranston, Pawtucket, East Providence, Woonsocket, North Providence, West Warwick, Newport, Bristol, and every other city in Rhode Island.
 

Important information about filing an adoption in Rhode Island.

A stepparent adoption in Rhode Island can be a fairly simple process, and it can be a wonderful step to take to unit the family unit. When the adoption is completed, the child will have the following benefits:
 
> New name is established (if desired)
> New birth certificate
> Two legal parents active in the child’s life
> Ability to inherit from adoptive parent
 
The child will have a relationship with the adoptive parent that is the same as if the child were born to the stepparent. The child’s new birth certificate will show the child’s new name and will have the adoptive parent and the natural parent listed as the child’s mother and father.
 
If your matter is complex, a local adoption attorney can answer any legal questions you may have. Review the following fact check which provides a general guideline as to whether you can do your own adoption:
 

Who can adopt.

> Stepmother, or
> Stepfather
A stepparent in Rhode Island can file to adopt his or her step child. The stepparent must be legally married to the child’s parent.
 
In some states, a domestic partnership and same-sex marriages may also adopt under the step parent adoption laws.

Parental Rights

Both the biological father and the biological mother have parental rights to the child. In every adoption, the absent or consenting parents parental rights will have to be terminated.
 
Some of the common grounds for termination of parental rights are:
 
> Abandonment of the child
> Lack of financial support
> Sustained lack of contact
> Abuse or neglect of minor children
> Putative or presumptive father is not the bio-father

Child’s consent

In Rhode Island, if the child is over 12 years of age, the child will be required to sign a consent to the adoption.

Where to file

You will file your step parent adoption documents in the court located in the county where you reside. If you are in the military, you have the option to file in your home-state of record.
 
We have listed the address for some of the Rhode Island Courts below.

Rhode Island Adoption

After you have determined that you want to complete a stepparent adoption, and have familiarized yourself with the adoption process, we can help you make the adoption a reality.
 
The adoption is fairly simple:
 
> Complete our online questionnaire
> Review and sign the adoption forms
> Notice the absent parent
> Sign all consents
> Complete background check (if required)
> Complete home-study (if required)
> Attend final adoption hearing
 
We will let you know if a background check or home study is required. We will also let you know if your specific situation can eliminate any steps or whether a step or two will need to be added.

 
Do it yourself step parent adoption in Rhode Island
 

RHODE ISLAND COURT LOCATIONS:

Here is the information for all of the courts in Rhode Island that handle adoptions. If your region is not listed, we will include the nearest court information with your documents.

 

Kent County Family Court: 222 Quaker Lane, Warwick, RI 02886 Phone: 401-822-6725

 

Newport County Family Court: 45 Washington Square, Newport, RI 02840 Phone: (401) 841-8340

 

Providence County Family Court: One Dorrance Plaza, Providence, RI 02903 Phone: (401) 458-3200

 

Washington County Family Court: 4800 Tower Hill Road, Suite 196, Wakefield, RI 02879 Phone: (401) 782-4111

 

Court filing fees.

The court filing fees for an adoption in Rhode Island are approximately $200.

 
Step Parent Adoption in Rhode Island We help families throughout Rhode Island complete their stepparent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney. We serve families in Providence, Warwick, Cranston, Pawtucket, East Providence, Woonsocket, North Providence, West Warwick, Newport, Bristol and all the other cities in Rhode Island.
 

Start your Rhode Island Stepparent Adoption Today!

 
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New Hampshire

Adoption New Hampshire

NEW HAMPSHIRE
STEPPARENT ADOPTION   Professional & Guaranteed

 

Important information about filing an adoption in New Hampshire.

ADOPTING YOUR STEP CHILD IN NEW HAMPSHIRE: We are committed to helping unite families through stepparent adoption. We understand that some relationships leave a child with an absent parent. Our program allows families to complete their New Hampshire step parent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney.
 
Completing a stepparent adoption in New Hampshire doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. Our goal is to empower families with an affordable means to adopt their stepson or stepdaughter. We back our service with a 100% court acceptance guarantee.
 
Adopt your step child in New Hampshire. Forms to help do it yourself families to complete their own adoption in New Hampshire.

New Hampshire step parent adoption

 
New Hampshire stepson and stepdaughter adoption.
 

Helping the entire State of New Hampshire in stepparent adoption.

We help families throughout the entire State. Our documents have consistently been praised by the Courts in New Hampshire and recommended by court clerks.
 
We help families in every city of New Hampshire, including: Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Derry, Dover, Rochester, Salem, Merrimack, Hudson, and every other city in New Hampshire.
 

Important information about filing an adoption in New Hampshire.

A stepparent adoption in New Hampshire can be a fairly simple process, and it can be a wonderful step to take to unit the family unit. When the adoption is completed, the child will have the following benefits:
 
> New name is established (if desired)
> New birth certificate
> Two legal parents active in the child’s life
> Ability to inherit from adoptive parent
 
The child will have a relationship with the adoptive parent that is the same as if the child were born to the stepparent. The child’s new birth certificate will show the child’s new name and will have the adoptive parent and the natural parent listed as the child’s mother and father.
 
If your matter is complex, a local adoption attorney can answer any legal questions you may have. Review the following fact check which provides a general guideline as to whether you can do your own adoption:
 

Who can adopt.

> Stepmother, or
> Stepfather
A stepparent in New Hampshire can file to adopt his or her step child. The stepparent must be legally married to the child’s parent.
 
In some states, a domestic partnership and same-sex marriages may also adopt under the step parent adoption laws.

Parental Rights

Both the biological father and the biological mother have parental rights to the child. In every adoption, the absent or consenting parents parental rights will have to be terminated.
 
Some of the common grounds for termination of parental rights are:
 
> Abandonment of the child
> Lack of financial support
> Sustained lack of contact
> Abuse or neglect of minor children
> Putative or presumptive father is not the bio-father

Child’s consent

In New Hampshire, if the child is over 12 years of age, the child will be required to sign a consent to the adoption.

Where to file

You will file your step parent adoption documents in the court located in the county where you reside. If you are in the military, you have the option to file in your home-state of record.
 
We have listed the address for some of the New Hampshire Courts below.

New Hampshire Adoption

After you have determined that you want to complete a stepparent adoption, and have familiarized yourself with the adoption process, we can help you make the adoption a reality.
 
The adoption is fairly simple:
 
> Complete our online questionnaire
> Review and sign the adoption forms
> Notice the absent parent
> Sign all consents
> Complete background check (if required)
> Complete home-study (if required)
> Attend final adoption hearing
 
We will let you know if a background check or home study is required. We will also let you know if your specific situation can eliminate any steps or whether a step or two will need to be added.

 
Do it yourself step parent adoption in New Hampshire
 

NEW HAMPSHIRE COURT LOCATIONS:

Here is the information for all of the courts in New Hampshire that handle adoptions. If your region is not listed, we will include the nearest court information with your documents.

 

Merrimack County Superior Court: 163 North Main Street, P.O. Box 2880, Concord, NH 03302-2880 Phone: (603) 225-5501

 

Hillsborough County Superior Court North: 300 Chestnut Street, Manchester, NH 03101 Phone: (603) 669-7410

 

Strafford County Superior Court: 279 County Farm Road, P.O. Box 799, Dover, NH 03820-0799 Phone: (603) 742-3065

 

Rockingham County Superior Court: 10 Route 125, Brentwood, NH Phone: (603) 642-5256

 

Court filing fees.

The court filing fees for an adoption in New Hampshire are approximately $200.

 
Step Parent Adoption in New Hampshire We help families throughout New Hampshire complete their stepparent adoptions without the high cost of an adoption attorney. We serve families in Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Derry, Dover, Rochester, Salem, Merrimack, Hudson, and all the other cities in New Hampshire.
 

Start your New Hampshire Stepparent Adoption Today!

 
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