Up front, this book is strictly about Georgia adoption law. Please do not use this book as a guide about adoption law for any other State. I want this book to be available for anyone who is interested in adoption and could benefit from an overview of adoption law. It’s not meant to be an exhaustive discussion of every aspect of the law, because it’s just too complicated, but this book is meant to be more comprehensive than what people can ascertain from vague Google searches. Families take on all shapes and sizes these days, and I want to be able to help them all—whether that means discussing what type of clients I serve, how detail-oriented and precise adoption laws can be, and how important it is to navigate this landscape with the help of an adoption attorney. I want adoptive families to be able to enjoy being parents, not worry endlessly about the paperwork, like I did.