Making a Lifetime Commitment
Adoption law creates the legal relationship of parent and child between people who do not have a biological parent/child relationship. A Decree of Adoption usually means that the legal relationship is completely severed between the adopted child and the biological parents and is replaced by a legal relationship between the adopted child and the adoptive parent(s); however, this does not apply in a stepparent adoption. For all legal purposes—including support and inheritance rights—adopted children become the children of their adoptive parents. The best interests and needs of the child are the primary purpose and goal of the laws governing adoptions.
We at Fleischer Law Office, PLLC assist families, blended families, single parents, step-parents and adoptive parents through the legal process of adoption. Adoption can be an exciting and rewarding experience. But if you are seeking to adopt, you should do so in an informed manner. This is a decision that involves a lifetime commitment.
Adoptions for Everyone
As the definition of family continues to develop and change, many state laws vary widely in terms of who is permitted to adopt children, and under what circumstances.
The attorneys and staff at Fleischer Law Office, PLLC are prepared to walk you through the process from beginning to end. Our knowledgeable and compassionate staff look forward to informing you and working with your family throughout the whole process.
Meeting the Requirements of North Carolina Adoption Law
If you are considering adopting a child or putting a child up for adoption, or have other questions or concerns regarding adoption, our experienced family law attorneys at Fleischer Law Office, PLLC can help you make your way through the complex legal process.
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We understand that each family has its own unique needs and goals that should be honored and furthered by the legal professionals who support them. That is why commitment to our clients’ needs is our number one priority.