Adoption in general:

There are several types of adoptions in Florida. A stepparent adoption is where a stepparent legally adopts his/her stepchild to confirm a legal relationship. Same can generally only be done after the death of a natural parent or after parental rights have been terminated. Please contact us at the Quattro Firm if you're interested in learning more about adopting a stepchild.

There are also infant and child adoptions in Florida where a family seeks to adopt a child who is not their biological child. At the Quattro Firm, we have experience in assisting families who seek to adopt children to accomplish their dreams. We can provide matching services for families to matched to birth mothers looking to have their children adopted. We can also assist families who have already connected with birth mothers to assist in the adoptions and termination of parental rights. If you're seeking to adopt child in Florida, please contact us at the Quattro Firm and click this link for more information. If you're a birth mother interested in being matched to a prospective family, please click here.

Another type of adoption in Florida is when a person has cared for a child and formed a bond with that child while his/her parents are unable or unwilling to care for the child. In this situation, if it becomes obvious to the caretaker that it is in the best interest of the child to adopt the child and terminate the rights of the biological parent(s), then please get in touch with the Quattro Firm here so that our experienced attorneys can guide you through this process.

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