Here at Nelson, Taylor, & Associates, we are devoted to helping families grow. This involves handling the legal process that it takes to put children who need families into the arms of loving parents who, for their own reasons, have decided that the adoption process is best for them. Adoption can be a long and stressful process, one that wears you down emotionally. We strive to take a portion of this burden away from the families, so that they can focus on preparing their home for the newest addition of their family.
Helping families grow
At our law firm, family law is what we like to focus on most. This stems from a strong belief that the family is a core fundamental principle in our society. Adoption is inherent in these beliefs. It takes a village to raise a child, but it also takes loving parent(s) who are willing to take on the risks and responsibilities that come with parenthood. We take this part of our jobs very seriously, and will fight to protect the rights of families and children in any type of adoption case.
Adoption is a long process
The process of adoption can be incredibly strenuous on families. There are many factors that come into play, when it comes to finding a new home for a child. A lot of work goes into making sure that a child will be properly supported by their new parents. This includes rigorous background checks, interviews with caseworkers, and a full financial investigation. Add all of these issues onto the fact that most adoption agencies are very busy, and often have a backlog, and adoption quickly becomes a large investment of time and money, long before the parents even live with the child.
Removal and dependency cases
At Nelson, Taylor, and Associates, we also specialize in adoption cases that determine dependency, either for the current parent, who is proving their right to raise their child, or for family members who feel that the child is not being supported in their current living conditions. We take cases of removal very seriously, and strive to make sure that the child is going to end up in a caring home that ensures them a basic quality of life.