Texas Stepparent Adoption

Experienced Dallas Fort Worth Adoption Attorney

If you have remarried after a divorce and your minor children live with you and your new spouse, you may have a number of reasons why you want your new spouse to legally adopt your children. It may be necessary for the children to get health insurance or other benefits. Your spouse will also have the legal right to make decisions regarding your children’s schooling, medical care and other special needs. Your child will now be able to inherit from the stepparent. More than anything, though, your child can gain a sense of security and belonging, as part of a cohesive family unit.

At the Law Office of Len Conner, we focus our practice exclusively on family law matters, such as stepparent adoptions. We work closely with other professionals, including psychologists, social workers, financial advisors, private investigators and tax professionals, to help you get the results you seek. We have the skill and experience to offer flexibility in how we accomplish your goals — we can represent you in litigation or help you use mediation to resolve your problems.

We emphasize personal service and attention in all our dealings with clients. We will learn as much as we can about your unique situation so that we can adapt our approach to meet your needs. We have the skill, knowledge, experience and resources to identify and implement customized solutions to your legal problems.

To set up an appointment for an  initial consultation, contact our office by e-mail or call us at 972-445-1500 if you’re in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area.

Helping You Successfully Complete a Stepparent Adoption

We will handle all issues related to a stepparent adoption, preparing and filing all documentation to complete the process, and acting as your liaison with biological parents and the courts. We will work to obtain a voluntary relinquishment of parental rights, if possible, or take the measures necessary in the courts to obtain a termination of parental rights.

In our experience, stepparent adoptions can be simple when both parties are in communication and agreement. Frequently, the stepparent is filling a role that the noncustodial parent has neglected to fill. We will be your advocate with the noncustodial parent, helping them understand how the adoption will be in the best interests of your child. When necessary, we will also help the court understand why the adoption should take place.

Contact Us

For an appointment with one of our experienced stepparent adoption lawyer, contact our office online or call us at 972-445-1500 if you’re in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area. Let our team put its knowledge and skill to work for you.

The Law Office of Len Conner Serves the Cities of:

Irving, Dallas, Cedar Hill, Mesquite, Garland,
Grand Prairie, Los Colinas, Richardson, Plano, Highland Park,
Arlington, Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Southlake, Grapevine,
Colleyville, Lewisville, Denton, The Colony, Coppell,
Flower Mound, Corinth, Argyle, Fort Worth, Frisco,
Sachse, McKinney, Park Cities, Duncanville, Desoto,
& Dallas County, Tarrant County, Denton County, Collin County

We hope the information provided here is helpful. Please call our office with any questions you may have. Unless otherwise indicated, attorney listed in this site are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. This web site is designed for general information only. The information at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.

Admitted to the US Federal Courts, Northern District of TX

Member of the Texas Family Law Section of the Texas State Bar Association

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Len Conner & Associates

600 John Carpenter Freeway,
Ste 238
Irving, Texas 75062


Phone: 972-445-1500

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