Virginia Adoption Forms

Adult adoption in Virginia is on the rise as well as child adoption (and step parent adoption). This means you will hear more stories that might mislead you with your Virginia adoption application. With our expert assistance, you can get your application for adult adoption, child adoption, step parent adoption, and relative adoption in Virginia ready for submission with fees any applicant will happily pay.


As a professional service that has been helping applicants with adoption across the United States for the past 15 years, we take pride in the work we do not only because we do it so well (maintaining 100% success rate for applications we prepare) but also because we are helping bringing joy to families. It gives us immense pleasure that we have thousands of successful cases in our service portfolio.

With this kind of expertise, we have streamlined our processes, making them even more efficient than before. We now take about 2-3 days to complete your adoption application in Virginia and charge a fraction of the fee you would pay an adoption attorney for the same job. We will also save you a lot of time and discomfort by taking over the process fully. Requesting only the necessary personal information for the forms, we will prepare the application ourselves, although any corrections needed can be made within a matter of hours.

We can help you with:

  • Adult adoption in Virginia
  • Step parent adoption in Virginia
  • Child adoption in Virginia
  • Relative adoption in Virginia

Get in touch today and have your adoption application in Virginia ready for a small fee that gives you a lot of value in return.

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Child Adoption

Step Parent Adoption

Relative Adoption

Adult Adoption


The adoptions laws in Virginia are quite easy to follow with only a few stipulations that an applicant has to adhere to. Social Services Department in the state has established a resource center to assist applicants in the legal process. However, the application itself is generally still quite confusing.


Step parent adoption in Virginia requires you to get the written consent of the child if they are 14 years of age or older. You will also need your spouse’s consent as the minor’s birth parent before you can legally adopt their child.

Child adoption in Virginia, generally, requires you to have your spouse join you in the adoption application if you are married. A minor of 14 years of age or older will be required to give express consent in this case as well.

If you are married, you and your spouse are expected to have home residency of at least six months before your child adoption or step parent adoption request is granted. However, the court has the authority to exempt you. So, if there are any special circumstances in this regard, they should be mentioned in your application for child adoption in Virginia.


Adult adoption and adult relative adoption in Virginia have different requisites. These applications have more conditions for the applicant to satisfy. For example, in case of your adopting an unrelated adult, the person you are adopting should be at least 15 years younger than you or you cannot apply for unrelated adult adoption in Virginia. You must also provide evidence that you and the adult you are adopting have known each other for at least 12 months prior to the date of application.

Relative adoption in Virginia is limited to close – and usually older – relations, including a grandparent, an adult sibling, an adult child of a sibling, or an adult uncle or aunt.