Sometimes, due to life circumstances, the biological parent of a child is unable to care for the child and would like either a grandparent or other family member to care for the child on a temporary or permanent basis. This can be accomplished either through an adoption or guardianship.
Joel Kirsh has been assisting with grandparent and relative adoptions for over 40 years and is happy to explain the process, the differences between adoption and guardianship, and answer all of your questions without cost or obligation.
Please explore the resources on this page and throughout our website. When you’re ready, click the Contact Us button to get this exciting process started.
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