New Jersey Adoption Forms

Adoption is a time of joy for the family. You get a new family member, who soon becomes another loved one. The legal process can be a pain, however. Whether you are applying for step parent adoption in New Jersey, child adoption, adult adoption, or relative adoption, you will need professional help to get you through the process quickly.


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New Jersey adoption laws are quite complex due to the many limitations and restrictions they put on the applicant. Unlike many other states of the US, not just any adult living in the state can adopt another person – adult or minor. If you want to pursue child adoption in New Jersey while you are not married to a parent of the child, you will need to be a stable resident of the state. In case you are married, your spouse will have to be a co-applicant and you will be registered as a couple of foster parents. This particular stipulation can be removed by the courts for good cause.

For step parent adoption in New Jersey, you have to obviously give proof of your marriage with the child’s parent. If the child is aged ten or over, you will also need to get their written consent before submitting your application.

Whether you are going for step parent adoption in New Jersey or applying as a foster parent, you should know prior residency for six months in the state will be needed for the child being adopted.


Adult adoption in New Jersey is also complex. While it is expected that the applicant has to be over 18 years of age at the time of submitting the application, the state also stipulates that, for an application of adult adoption in New Jersey to be eligible for processing, there should be a difference of age between the applicant and the adult they are adopting. So, if you have promised an adult relative adoption in New Jersey, you should first double-check if they are is an age difference and that they are younger than you. Of course, getting their consent for the application will not be much trouble, which is also mandatory.