Adoption Attorney Bentonville AR

Our firm holds over over 35 years of experience in helping clients dealing with Adoption matters. If you are in the Bentonville area and need the help of a professional Adoption lawyer, our firm is available to help you.
 

If you are in need of solid, aggressive Adoption representation in the Bentonville area courts, choose Kelley Law Firm to fight for you. With over 35 years of experience, we take pride in treating each client like family.

Trust our Adoption professionals at Kelley Law Firm to help you determine your best move going forward. We have had cases throughout our over 35 years of experience that have shown us how to improve our practice, and we want to bring this expertise to clients like you in the Bentonville area. Work with us at Kelley Law Firm to help improve your chances of success.
 

Call our professional team at Kelley Law Firm today!

After over 35 years of practice, we are confident we can help you. The Bentonville area courts can be intimidating when faced alone. Call us to tackle your Adoption problems together.

Kelley Law Firm

303 West Walnut

Rogers, AR 72756

479-636-1663

  • Federal and Arkansas Adoption Tax Credit

    Adopting this year is a huge advantage because of the Federal and Arkansas State Adoption Credit available until December 2011. Maximum allowed Federal Tax credit is $13,170 per child, adoption tax credit for the state of Arkansas is around 20% of the Federal Tax credit (approximately $2600) – total tax credit would be a little  … Read more

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  • Offers for Arkansas Pregnancy Centers

    Gene Kelley is offering some assistance and legal services to qualifying pregnancy centers in the state of Arkansas. Please watch this new video for more information.

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  • What Makes An Adoption Work?

    My thoughts on helping people who need help. First I give them my office phone number, my home number and my cellphone number. Why? Because it’s important to be available not just in business hours. Also when helping people you need to meet face to face. Until that happens you don’t really know that person.  … Read more

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