Planning to Adopt?


Adoption can be a wonderful and rewarding way to grow your family. In Indiana, adoptions are generally handled by the court in your county with probate jurisdiction. At Halcomb Singler, our Carmel attorneys can help you navigate the adoption process, whether you wish to adopt a relative child, step-child or foster child, or whether you intend to pursue a private adoption or work with an adoption agency. We can assist you every step of the way, including the process of negotiating adoption subsidies. In certain cases it may even be possible to the obtain subsidies for the payment of some or all of your attorney’s fees incurred in the adoption process.

Contact Halcomb Singler for your Carmel Family Law Attorney

Halcomb Singler, LLP, in Carmel, represents adoptive parents who want to provide a loving and supportive home to a child or children. We understand that the adoption process is a time of great change and transition in a household, and we aim to make the legal aspects of the adoption process as pleasant and minimally intrusive as possible.

If you would like to set up a consultation at Halcomb Singler, LLP, regarding a prospective adoption, call us today at (317) 575-8222. We will find the right Carmel Family Law attorney for your case.

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