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What are the issues related to multiethnic adoption?

Georgia parents intending to adopt a child may feel anxiety that the process will not go the way they expect. While the child's best interest is always a guiding principle in family law, sometimes when controversy arises the courts must deliberate in order to determine what course of action serves the best interests of the child. When the child's race or ethnicity is different from that of the adoptive parents, it may spark some controversial issues that may pose obstacles to the adoption process. 

The selfless choice of adoption

When you adopt a child into your family in Georgia, you are making a selfless choice to provide a safe, happy home for someone who would not have one otherwise. At McCamy, Phillips, Tuggle & Fordham, we believe it is important for you as adoptive parents to be ready, both emotionally and legally, to bring a child into your home.

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