Attentive Family Law Help When You Need It

Dedicated Legal Help Throughout The Adoption Process

Adding a child to your family can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. But the process to get there can be complex, slow and confusing at times. It doesn’t have to be.

William C. Davison, Attorney at Law in Evans, Georgia, helps families with adoptions and provides attentive legal representation throughout the entire process. He has helped parents and potential parents in Columbia and Richmond Counties as well as throughout East Central Georgia.

Assisting Clients with Family Adoptions

At the firm, you will work directly with Bill. He does not find children for clients to adopt, but if you are a stepparent or foster-parent seeking to solidify the legal bonds with your step- or foster-child or a grandparent and want to obtain legal custody over your grandchild, Bill can help. He also helps people who have already obtained children in other states but need to complete the legal elements of the adoption in Georgia.

The Importance of Adoption

To protect your family, it is very important to establish these legal bonds. As a stepparent, if you lose your spouse unexpectedly, you may also lose all legal claims to the care and custody of your step-child. As a grandparent, even if you have raised the child since birth, your custodial rights can be stripped in an instant if you have not adopted the child.

Effectively Guiding You through the Adoption Process

The adoption process can seem complicated and difficult. When you come to us, we’ll make the process as simple as possible for you. We focus on open communication with our clients. Throughout the adoption, we’ll make sure you understand everything that is happening and we’ll take the time to answer your questions. Step by step, we’ll walk you through this often complex process.

Adoption Help Is A Call Away

If you need assistance adopting a child, Bill can represent you with personal attention and legal guidance. Contact the firm today for your free consultation, either through email or phone call at 706-250-2969 / 800-664-3058.