Fast And Thorough Adoption Services In Hornell And Steuben County

Adopting a child is an exciting milestone — but one that also comes with immense legal considerations. The paperwork alone can be overwhelming. In contested cases, litigation may be necessary to terminate parental rights and clear the way for you to adopt. Both contested and uncontested cases require meticulous attention to detail.

Experienced Guidance Through This Important Life Step

At Donlon Law Offices in Hornell, New York, we offer comprehensive legal services for those pursuing adoption in Steuben, Allegany, or Livingston Counties. We consider it a privilege to help families through this momentous step in life! Drawing on more than 18 years of family law experience, our attorney and staff can work with you on any type of adoption, including:

  • Agency adoptions, foster care children
  • Stepparent/family member adoptions
  • Private consent adoptions
  • Contested cases

While many adoptions are straightforward, others may require additional legal steps - for example, obtaining the consent of a biological parent or terminating parental rights. We are well-equipped to handle even the most challenging adoption. An experienced and effective advocate in the courtroom, our lawyer, Jennifer Donlon, will work hard to make your dreams a reality and help make your family whole.

Streamlined Services At Reasonable Rates

One of the hardest parts of adoption is the seemingly endless waiting. Sloppy paperwork can contribute to the delays.

At our firm, we make it a priority to streamline the process of adoption. We prepare all of the necessary documentation as swiftly as possible. As a long time advocate for families, and in handling adoption matters throughout her career, Ms. Donlon and her staff know what to look for to avoid pitfalls and therefore, minimize delays. We also offer the advantage of reasonable rates.

We take pride in processing adoptions much faster than other local firms.

Based in Hornell, we handle adoptions throughout Steuben, Livingston and Allegany counties. Learn more by calling 607-968-6189 or reaching out to us online.