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“How can you say there are too many children? That is like saying there are too many flowers.” – Mother Teresa

We had the most wonderful adoption experience. We worked with the adoption agency in Atlanta, HOPE for Children; and after matching with our birth mom, we brought our daughter home in March of 2008 at four months of age. Our adoption was a domestic adoption, and we were able to actually meet her birth mom a few weeks after bringing our daughter home.

Juli completed the final stages of the adoption for us. She is one of the most compassionate and caring lawyers we know. Her heart for adoption is apparent. Having an attorney you can trust is priceless.

Thank you, Juli, for your fabulous legal help.

— B.W. and S.W. (domestic agency adoption clients)

The privacy of our clients is of utmost importance to us. Adoption is unique among legal cases, because, many times, clients want to share their stories. When our clients were told about this website and asked to do testimonials, several responded.

While all of them consented to the use of their full names, we felt it would be better to preserve their privacy somewhat by using only initials. Please know that all of the following testimonials (and the initials) were used with permission and we would never share confidential information without permission.

Juli went way beyond the call of duty for us. More than once she went out of her way to come to our house with paperwork, being sensitive to our having a new baby. We were amazed by how easy she made a potentially cumbersome process and how quickly she facilitated our adoption finalization. More than that, she clearly has a heart for this work, and we have loved getting to know her.

— A.J. and D.J. (agency adoption clients)

When our oldest, and at the time only child, was about 3 he wanted a brother or sister. For reasons beyond our control this was just not happening. Our son would pray “Heavenly Father please send me a brother or a sister.” We have since thought about those prayers. He never asked for Mom to have him a brother or a sister. It was in the spring of 2007 when our youngest (now 3) came to be a part of our family and a year later her older brother and sister. It took us a little while to get to the point of adoption although that was our hope all along. We were directed to Juli Wisotsky by someone who had been involved in our case. Juli was an answer to our prayers for an attorney. Thorough and thoughtful are two words we would use to describe her. We appreciate all that Juli has done in helping to make us one big happy family.

— C.H. and L.H. (private adoption clients)

Juli is all that and a bowl of grits!

— J.C. and C.C. (domestication of foreign adoption clients)