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Kansas And Missouri Guardianships And Adoption

Protecting your family and making sure they are safe is a top priority. At Fisher Law LLC, we guide parents through the complex adoption process. Additionally, our attorneys also help clients establish minor guardianships that guarantee a responsible person is taking care of their loved ones. Our Kansas City law firm provides assertive representation for families in Missouri and Kansas*.

Adoption Attorneys

While adopting a child is a happy occurrence, the legal process can be challenging. Our family law attorneys can manage your adoption and take the stress out of your case. We can file the proper paperwork for your adoption, petition the court, and represent you at every stage in the case.

Our experienced family law attorneys also assist stepparents who wish to adopt their spouse's child(ren).

Understanding And Establishing Guardianships

Legal guardians are individuals who make decisions and provide necessities to those who are unable to do so themselves. Our lawyers help family members establish guardianships for children whose parents may not be able to do so. We will work with you to decide if a temporary or permanent guardianship is in the best interests of your family. Our attorneys are knowledgeable resources who can help you with paperwork and the legal process needed to establish a minor child guardianship. We can help you to protect your family members and ensure their safety, no matter the circumstances.

Get Answers To Your Minor Guardianship And Adoption Questions

We make client service and clear communication our top priority. Our attorneys can take the confusion out of adoptions and guardianships and work to get you the best possible outcome.

Call our law firm at 816-673-2890 or send us an email to schedule your case evaluation.

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