Contested Adoption In Los Angeles
Protecting The Rights Of Adopting Parents
Adoptions are typically among the happiest times for the people in a relationship. Unfortunately, things can sometimes go terribly wrong when the birth mother changes her mind or the biological father suddenly reappears and decides to withhold his consent. In other cases involving contested adoption, the parentage of the child is called into question and the adopting parents are caught up in litigation.
Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has the expertise and over 20 years of experience in all areas of family law including contested adoption cases in Los Angeles. We understand the discretion and sensitivity required in cases of contested adoption and the effect it can have on not only the parents but the children as well. There is nothing more important than securing a safe future for your children and if a situation of contested adoption arises, you should have the top family law attorneys Los Angeles and Orange County have to offer. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
The Experience You Need
Our attorneys have been providing effective representation in cases involving complex issues of child custody and contested adoption since 1995. Contact us for a consultation. We have offices conveniently located in LA’s Century City and Orange County.
At the time of the consultation, we go over every aspect of your case and pair you with the best family law attorney for your situation. We then tailor a strategy that will get you the best possible outcome in your adoption case. We know that every case is different which is why we have such a large roster of experienced and committed lawyers who focus exclusively on family law so we create the best possible team of lawyers and clients.
We have a successful record achieving successful settlements in all forms of family law, including:
- Contested adoption litigation
- Paternity law
- Child custody
- Visitation agreement, parenting schedule
- Child custody involving nonmarital relationships
- Post-judgment modifications, changes in visitation rights
- Child relocation, custodial child move-away cases
- Uniform Child Custody Jurisdictional Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) interstate custody