Schererville Adoption Attorneys
Assisting Parents Throughout the Adoption Process
Attorney Tara Tauber of Tauber Law Offices has extensive experience and knowledge regarding adoption. As an adoptive mother herself, Tara understands firsthand the emotions that are involved in wanting to adopt a child, as well as the agonizing decisions that birth mothers make in relinquishing their parental rights.
She provides a comfort level to her adoptive families that only an attorney who is also an adoptive parent can match. Let Tara Tauber and her team of Schererville adoption lawyers help you make your dreams come true.
Indiana Adoption Laws
Adoptions in Indiana are governed by Indiana Code 31-19 et seq. Each adoption case may have different requirements for consents and notice to biological parents and other family members, to name a few. Adoption is a highly complicated area of the law and, because the stakes are so high, you should not attempt to handle an adoption on your own. Hiring an experienced Schererville adoption attorney will be your best bet for understanding the process and your legal requirements as an adoptive parent in Indiana.
Common Questions About Adoption
There are many misconceptions about adoption, and Tauber Law is happy to provide you with all of the information you need to make an informed decision, whether you are a birth parent or a prospective adoptive parent.
Some common questions are:
- How much does it cost to adopt a child?
- Can I adopt a newborn?
- How long does a birth mother have to change her mind?
- How long does the process take?
Our firm will be there for you throughout the process from start to finish answering your questions and addressing your concerns.
How An Experienced Indiana Adoption Attorney Can Help
Attorney Tara Tauber can answer all of these questions and more. As the former adoption attorney for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Gary, Inc., Tara has handled numerous state agency adoptions.
Tara has also handled a substantial number of:
- Private adoptions
- Stepparent adoptions
- Relative adoptions
- Same-sex adoptions
- And adoptions of foster children through the Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS)
Her experience also includes adoptions that require state approval under the Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children (ICPC), which is a process that adoptive families must complete when birth parents reside in one state and the child is born in another state, complex issues such as birth parents who are married but no longer in a relationship, birth parents who do not speak English, birth parents who are illegally residing in the United States, birth fathers who attempt to contest adoptions, and birth parents who reside in other countries while the babies were born in the United States.
How Long Does the Indiana Adoption Process Take?
As a person who struggled for years to become a mother, Attorney Tara Tauber is able to provide prompt and efficient service to her adoptive families. She can help you obtain a required home study, including a criminal background check. She provides comfort and strong support to adoptive parents during the adoption process. On average, once a child has been born, Attorney Tauber has been able to complete the adoption process for the adoptive family in under 90 days.
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We want to help you make your adoption dreams come true, with as little stress and hardship as possible. With an experienced adoption lawyer on your side, you can ensure the Indiana adoption process will be taken care of as smoothly and efficiently as possible. We are here for you.