Arkansas Adoption Services

We provide supportive legal assistance for couples and birth mothers interested in pursuing adoption throughout the state of Arkansas and surrounding states including Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana.
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Arkansas Adoption Services

Eugene T. Kelley has been an adoption attorney for more than 40 years.

Located in Arkansas, we provide supportive legal assistance for couples and birth mothers interested in pursuing adoption throughout the state of Arkansas, including Little Rock, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Springdale, Jonesboro, North Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Conway, Rogers, Hot Springs, Jacksonville, Texarkana, Bentonville, West Memphis, Benton, Russellville, Paragould, Sherwood, Van Buren, Cabot, Searcy and El Dorado. And surrounding states including Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana.

Birth Mothers

We have wonderful families who will meet all of your hopes and dreams for your child. We strive to have stress-free adoptions, making the process easier for the birth mothers and for the adopting families. The decisions are yours: You can talk to the family on the phone, meet them in person, or have no direct contact.

Adoptive Parents

Our adoption approach benefits families in many ways. Because we work with a small number of adopting families, the personal attention you can be sure you’ll receive is second to none. With our proven results, you will have much needed peace of mind during this exciting time.

Featured Testimonial

Working with Kelley Law Firm has been a blessing to our life. We first spoke with them regarding adoption in February of 2018. We were not sure if adoption was what we were ready to pursue, but we were wanting to gather more information. After the three hour meeting, we felt that we had plenty of information to discuss. It wasn’t until December of 2018 when I finally made the call to ask if we could meet again, as we were ready to move forward. In a whirlwind day, we were greeted on the phone with, “How ready are you all to have a baby?” to “Would you be willing to meet with birth parents tomorrow morning?” Click here to read more.