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Why Hire a Long Island Adoption Attorney?

Why Hire a Long Island Adoption Attorney?

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Adopting a child is highly rewarding, but can also be an overwhelming and stressful process. If you’re pursuing domestic or international adoption on Long Island, New York, it’s important to work with an experienced professional who can help you navigate the challenges ahead to forge a path toward adoption success.

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7 Common Obstacles to Legal Adoption on Long Island

7 Common Obstacles to Legal Adoption on Long Island

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Like the birth of a new child, adoption can seem like a miracle for families, but for different reasons. Unfortunately, there are many barriers to adoption and the road to bringing home a child is long and difficult. As you are considering adoption to grow your family, it’s important to understand the most common obstacles to successful adoption so you can be as proactive as possible to avoid or minimize them. Here’s what you need to know. (more…)

Biological Fathers Rights in Adoption in Long Island

Biological Fathers Rights in Adoption in Long Island

When Natural Fathers Rights to Consent is Required for Adoption

As a family law attorney practicing on Long Island, protecting biological fathers rights in the complicated adoption process is often part of my job. When a parent is unable to care for the needs of his or her child and considers adoption as an alternative to parenting, or when a natural and custodial parent wishes for his or her new spouse to adopt the child and become a legal parent, New York adoption laws come into play. (more…)

Long Island Family Law Attorney Explains Step-Parent Adoption in Nassau County, Suffolk County

Long Island Family Law Attorney Explains Step-Parent Adoption in Nassau County, Suffolk County

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As a Family Law attorney whose practice mainly serves residents of Nassau County and Suffolk County on Long Island, we see many second marriages where the couple has a desire to adopt their spouses children.

In some circumstances, when a natural parent is remarried, a child can be adopted by a stepparent. Because the relationship between a child and stepparent plays an important part in a child’s development, stepparent adoption is a choice that in many cases supports the best interest of the child and the family as a whole. Adoption laws in New York are geared toward serving the best interests of the child while protecting the birth parents. Because of New York’s strong public policy in favor of providing children with their parents’ emotional and financial support, stepparent adoption is often supported by the law when the noncustodial parent is not involved in the child’s life or does not provide support for the child.

 

Stepparent Adoptions are Simpler on Long Island (more…)

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