Arizona Adoption Laws

Arizona Adoption Laws are handled through the juvenile court system. Juvenile court has its own particular set of rules and procedures.

There are many reasons why a family may be going through the adoption process, and we understand how confusing and exciting this process can be. We’re committed to keeping you informed as your adoption progresses, staying in close communication with updates.

According to Arizona adoption laws, birth parents may consent to adoption 72 hours after the birth of the child. Consent must be given in writing, signed by the birth parents and witnessed by two or more credible witnesses who are over age 18.

Call for a free consultation or case review for any family/juvenile court or adoption matter including:

  • Arizona Adoption Laws
  • Termination of Parental Rights
  • ICWA (Indian Child Welfare Act) cases
  • Grandparents Rights
  • Foster Parents Rights

Not sure if you have a case? Don’t worry – call Valley of the Sun Law for a free consultation with a licensed attorney today.

 

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