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Helping You Grow Your Family Through Adoption

For parents, there’s no greater joy than welcoming a new child. Each year, hundreds of Georgia residents build their families through adoption. Domestic, international and stepparent adoptions are the most common, but the process for each is complicated.

That’s why you need an experienced Georgia adoption lawyer if you are considering this rewarding but challenging journey. I am Villa Rica attorney Anna Perry, and as a parent and stepparent, I have the compassion and legal knowledge of Georgia family law necessary to help you complete this journey.

Legal Requirements For Adoption In Georgia

To adopt a child in Georgia, you must be:

  • A Georgia resident for at least six months prior to filing an adoption petition
  • At least 25 years old but can be married or single
  • At least 10 years older than the child you want to adopt

Some exceptions exist to the age requirement for married individuals, who can file for adoption if they are at least 21 years old. While this list is relatively short, many other steps are necessary to complete the process. I will guide you through every phase.

Possible Roads To Adoption

Adoption laws can be complex and can vary from one jurisdiction to another, requiring an experienced attorney. As an experienced adoption attorney, I can help clients navigate the complex and emotional journey of private, stepparent or third-party adoptions. I have a firm understanding of Georgia state laws and an empathetic approach. I can help mitigate potential legal hurdles, streamline the adoption process and provide peace of mind, as you will know that your future family is in good hands and that your legal concerns will be taken care of.

I Am Ready To Help With Your Adoption Journey

If you have questions about domestic, international or stepparent adoptions, I am here for you. Call me at Anna Perry Law, LLC at 770-450-5809 or email me to schedule a consultation. I can help demystify the process so that you can focus on the profound joy of growing your family.