I was given power of attorney of the child right at birth. He's now 7 months and the biological mother dose not want him nor dies she know who biologicaly his father is. He has given up 2 other children lleagly to the biological grandmother of the 2 boys she had years ago. She will be incarcerated for another year and a half and has no intentions of raising this child. She is in agreement of signing him over to me and giving up her rights. How do I go about making him legally minesand what steps do I need to take.
Any good adoption attorney can get this done for you. Use the AVVO find a lawyer function.
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I agree with the previous answer, I would add however you must you hire an attorney in Florida in order to
adopt an infant--you cannot attempt the paperwork yourself. A attorney will help you terminate both parents rights and then proceeding to finalize the adoption. You will have to have an approved homestudy in order to adopt the child if you are not very closely related to the mother.
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