Florida Adoption Lawyer

Tampa Adoption Attorney

Adoption is an area of family law that actually brings a couple and child together. While complex and sometimes disputed, the process for adoptions are a positive step in building families. The legal issues that accompany it can often be overwhelming and it may benefit all parties to involve a knowledgeable adoption attorney.

At The Sparkman Law Firm, we pride ourselves on providing qualified assistance and guidance to families in the process. Our firm is happy to help individuals, couples and families seek the addition of a child to make them whole. We have extensive experience with many different types of adoption situations and can ensure that the process is completed as a legal child adoption, minimizing any future risk of legal complications.

To learn more about your rights in the adoption process, contact us today at our Tampa or St. Petersburg office.

The Complicated Yet Rewarding Process Of Adoption

People in many different situations come to Sparkman Law, to legally adopt a child. Childless parents who have searched overseas and located a child also need advocacy during every step of the process. Couples dealing with interstate compliance issues or working with a birth mother require the level of dedicated representation that we provide.

Legal Child Adoption Lawyers In Florida

The types of adoption cases that we handle include:

  • Private adoptions
  • International adoptions
  • Interstate adoptions
  • Agency adoptions
  • Stepparent adoptions
  • Relative
  • Third Party
  • International

A considerable amount of paperwork must be filled out, with attention to every detail. The required steps in adoptions mandate an attorney at your side to ensure that everything is done within the law.

Providing Comprehensive Stepparent Adoptions Help

Many of the cases we handle involve step-parents who wish to establish a formal familial bond with his or her stepchildren. We can help you take the necessary steps to gain the other biological parent’s consent to terminate parental rights. If you do not know how to contact the other biological parent, we can help you with putative registry searches and explore other options in an effort to gain an uncontested termination. If the other biological parent cannot be located, we will explain your options and help you through the process of completing the step-parent adoption.

Contact Us

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced member of our legal team, please contact us at 813-374-2000.