Agency Adoption

Handling adoption through an agency is an attractive option for many adoptive and birth parents alike. Agencies are adept at finding children in need of homes and matching them with parents who wish to create a loving and nurturing family environment. Even with the help of an agency, there are still important legal issues that must be handled thoroughly and efficiently, making it imperative to have a knowledgeable attorney protecting your interests.

At Berg, Debele, DeSmidt & Rabuse, P.A., we are leaders in the field of adoption in Minnesota. We have the knowledge and resources to facilitate agency adoptions and are equipped to represent all parties in these matters, including birth mothers, adoptive parents and agencies. We have close relationships with organizations such as Lutheran Social Services and Catholic Charities, maintaining our presence in this ever-evolving area of family law.

We are adept at making sure the legal issues involved in an agency adoption are handled properly. This includes background checks, the home study, obtaining consents or the termination of parental rights and the issuance of any necessary documents such as birth certificates. We guide our clients through every step of the process, helping them protect their rights while eliminating or minimizing delays.

Ethical Representation for Agency Adoptions

We are committed to protecting the best interests of our clients, but will do so only in ways that we can achieve ethically. Ultimately, adoption is about doing what is in the best interest of the child. In our experience, we have seen many boundaries pushed in adoption law, and that is something our firm is very conscientious about not doing, even if that means we are unable to accomplish our stated goals.

Contact a Lawyer From Berg, Debele, DeSmidt & Rabuse, P.A.

We provide assistance with agency adoptions in Minneapolis and St. Paul and throughout Minnesota. Contact our firm in Minneapolis today to schedule an appointment with a lawyer to discuss your agency adoption needs.