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Have you ever considered adopting a child? Here are Tailor Law our child adoption lawyers are willing to help you make sure that you are providing the best home for the child and making sure that you can spend the rest of your life with your child. Adopting a child is a lifelong commitment that you want to make your get right the first time. At Tailor Law we help you make sure that all your paper work is completed correctly and that you get the best out come possible.

Tailor Law’s child adoption lawyers serve clients in Mississauga and throughout the GTA with compassion, experience, and a dedication to helping you identify the best possible option for the resolution of your child adoption matter. We offer a free, 30-minute consultation with a Tailor Law family lawyer who can sit down with you to explore your situation and lay out some potential next steps. Give Tailor Law a call any time at 905-366-0202 to book your free consultation.

What is Child Adoption?

Adoption provides a legal means for someone to permanently take on the responsibility of caring for and raising a child. If you are thinking about adopting your need to decide if you are ready to give a child a nurturing and loving home for the foreseable furture. You also need to make sure that you ahve the means to take on the responsibilits of supporting and raising a child. There are four main types of Adoption which will be descibed more below:

  1. Public Adoption: All Public Adoption are handeled by your locate Children’s Aid Society who will help you through the process of becoming an adoptive parent and matching you with a child. Once you have completed your probation period you will need to finalize the adoption in an Ontario Court. If you need assitance finalizing your adoption, contact our Child Adoption Lawyers today who will be happy to assist you.
  2. Private Adoption: Private Adoption is the exact same procedure as a public adoption except that you would get in contact with a private adoption practitioner to help your gather information about the adoption process and to help your finalize the adoption through the court.
  3. International Adotion: The qualifications and initial process of internation adoption is similar to public adoption except you will need to contact an Ontario licensed international adoption aency. Once you have been matched you will need to travel to the child’s country and complete the necessary steps for adoption in the child’s country. You will then make an application for Citizenship in Canada. If you require assistance with the Citizenship Applciation contact our Child Adoption and Immigration Lawyers to help your complete the application so that you can bring your child home.
  4. Adopting a stepchild or kinship: If you would like to adopt a step-child or a relative like a neice or grandchild living in Ontario you will nee to make an application to the Court requesting a adoption Order. This is the crucial time when you would want to contact a Lawyer. You want to make sure that you are doing everything right the first time so that it can be more cost effective for you and so that you can make this child yours sooner. Contact Tailor Law today and our Child Adoption Lawyers will be happy to assist you.

Searching for the Best Child Adoption Lawyer?

If you are seeking assistance with your Child Adoption Matter you can call Tailor Law today to get the help you need from our trained Family Lawyers who can help you navigate through the whirlwind of paperwork and emotions that come with deciding how to proceed. We have helped many clients get what they deserve in all Child Adoption matters.

If you have questions about your Child Adoption Matter please call us today to set up an appointment to speak with one of our Child Adoption Lawyers.

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At Tailor Law, we appreciate the sensitivity and care required in dealing with family matters. Our law firm works hard to approach these situations with the sensitivity and expertise they require. Both parties involved often have different perceptions of what is fair, making the entire process of reaching an agreement stretch out for seemingly forever. Differing incomes and roles in the family can make an equal financial split messy and confusing. Moreover, children can often be lost in the constant mess of everything going on. We are dedicated to bringing a resolution that is in your best interest and helps you as well as any children involved move forward.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between joint custody and shared custody?

Joint custody occurs when the parents of the child share physical and legal custody of the child. Joint custody is also known as shared custody, which is a 50/50 split. When parents have joint custody over children, they make decisions jointly with respect to the care of the children.

Couples or spouses who have decided to separate must decide where their children will reside and how much time each parent will spend with the children. This time is called parenting time. The time that each parent spends with the children is called child access.

Joint custody can be agreed upon prior to going to court. Some couples operate without legal custody agreements, while others use mediation to agree upon custody. If the parties cannot agree on the terms of joint custody, a judge may need to rule on the terms of the joint custody.

What is the difference between sole custody and full custody?

Joint custody occurs when the parents of the child share physical and legal custody of the child. Joint custody is also known as shared custody, which is a 50/50 split. When parents have joint custody over children, they make decisions jointly with respect to the care of the children.

Couples or spouses who have decided to separate must decide where their children will reside and how much time each parent will spend with the children. This time is called parenting time. The time that each parent spends with the children is called child access.

Joint custody can be agreed upon prior to going to court. Some couples operate without legal custody agreements, while others use mediation to agree upon custody. If the parties cannot agree on the terms of joint custody, a judge may need to rule on the terms of the joint custody.

How do child support payments work?

Child support payments are payments made from one party to the other in relation to the maintenance and upkeep of children following separation or divorce.

Each parent is responsible for the financial maintenance of the child and payments are based on gross income and financial circumstances. Child support is usually paid until the children turn 18 years of age. Child support payments can be extended in certain circumstances.

In many cases, child support payments are made by the parent who spends the least amount of time with the children.

Child support payments are not related to the gender of the parent nor are they related to legal custody. If one parent has legal custody of the children, it does not necessarily mean that they will receive child support. As there are a number of circumstances that affect child support payments, it is best practice to seek the advice of a family law lawyer. A family lawyer who specializes in child support matters will provide the best legal support for your legal needs. Tailor Law handles both simple and complex matters of child support. Tailor Law offers legal child support in Mississauga and Oakville.

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