Foster Parent Adoption

The first goal of Foster Care is to keep children with their birth families. When that is not in the best interest of the child, adoption into a safe, secure, and stable environment is often the next best option.

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Step-Parent Adoption

After divorce and remarriage, step-parents may wish to establish custody of their step-children, especially when a significant relationship between them has developed.

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Click here for a blog post written by Mr. Daniels about Step-Parent adoptions.

Out of State Clients

Tim Daniels Legal Services operates out of Southern Utah, but Mr. Daniels has helped clients from all over the country to adopt children from the Utah Foster Care System.

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Follow Through

Unlike many adoption attorneys, Attorney Tim Daniels's service and representation doesn't end after the adoption hearing. In fact, Mr. Tim Daniels doesn't pay himself personally until the adoption process has been followed all the way through to a new birth certificate for your child. You can trust Mr. Tim Daniels to give exceptional and personal guidance from beginning to end.

Rates and Expenses

Mr. Tim Daniels will do his best to ensure that you and your family receive the best services at a reasonable rate for your circumstance, as well as helping you to get reimbursement where possible. In the state of Utah, adopting families can apply for reimbursement of nonrecurring adoption expenses (such as travel costs, home study costs, etc.) up to $2,000 per child. Call today for more information about how much your adoption may cost you and what resources are available to you.


Resources for Adoptions

Family Support Center: Click here to learn more about the services available for families in Southwestern Utah, such as respite care, crisis care, parenting classes, and more.

Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI): Children who enter the foster care system come from a crisis situation that can have lasting emotional and psychological trauma. Click here to watch a brief video about TBRI, a method for recognizing and caring for children who experience such trauma.

12 Things You Should Know About Private Adoptions in Utah: Click Here

Adult Adoptions

Sometimes adoptions take place between two adults. This may be done to formalize a special relationship, qualify for certain insurance benefits, or ensure right of inheritance. Individuals who were adopted by step-parents as children may want to be adopted by their biological parents in adulthood. We handle these cases lovingly, effectively, and efficiently.


Questions or Concerns?

Contact Mr. Tim Daniels today for a free consultation to find out more about how your specific situation and circumstance!