Putting Our Clients First Every Time We believe in helping our clients transition through family law cases, as smoothly as possible.

Blog Posts in adoption cost

All Posts
  • What are the steps in international adoption?
    What are the steps in international adoption?

    If you are a Texas citizen and are interested in pursuing an adoption of a child who lives outside of the United States, then I would like to share with you some information on what you should expect. ...

    Read More
  • Adoption options in Texas: What you need to know
    Adoption options in Texas: What you need to know

    Fortunately for those of us who are lucky enough to call ourselves Texans, there are many options to explore if you are interested in growing your family via adoption . The Texas Department of Family ...

    Read More
  • Adopting an adult in Texas
    Adopting an adult in Texas

    Seeking to adopt another adult can be a time consuming, yet rewarding effort to undertake. Today’s blog post from the Law Office of Bryan Fagan seeks to provide you with the knowledge of what steps to ...

    Read More
  • What does it mean to terminate parental rights in order to adopt a child in Texas?
    What does it mean to terminate parental rights in order to adopt a child in Texas?

    In order to adopt a child, it is a requirement that the child’s legal parents either be deceased or have their parental rights terminated before the adoption application be considered. There are two ...

    Read More
  • Step-parent adoption in Texas: How it works and how to get started
    Step-parent adoption in Texas: How it works and how to get started

    If you are the stepparent of a child you have the ability in Texas to file a case that seeks the adoption of your stepchild. Often times your spouse (the child's biological mother or father) will join ...

    Read More
  • Are you eligible to adopt a child in Texas?
    Are you eligible to adopt a child in Texas?

    The State of Texas has certain requirements that you must meet in order to be legally able to adopt a child in our state. For starters, you must be at least 21 years old and be a responsible adult ...

    Read More