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Category Archives: Adoption


Important Facts About International Adoptions

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Adoption is rewarding opportunity that can permanently enrich the lives of adoptive parents and children. There are three primary categories of adoption in Texas: private, Child Protective Services, and international adoptions. Private adoptions occur between a birth parent and a child’s adoptive family. Child Protective Service adoptions include children who have removed by Child… Read More »

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Adult Adoption In Texas

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

There are a few particular reasons why an adult in Texas might seek to adopt another adult individual. These reason may include the adoptee requires a custody or guardian or the adult desires the adoptee to inherit from the adult’s will or trust. In other cases, an adult is well bonded with a stepparent… Read More »

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The Adoption Tax Credit For 2016

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Established in 1997, the adoption tax credit is a tax deduction that has helped thousand of families afford the costs of adoption. The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that the maximum adoption tax credit for 2016 will be $13,460.00. Unlike the adoption tax credit in some previous year, the adoption tax credit for 2016… Read More »

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Surrogacy Agreements in Texas

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Surrogacy agreements are contracts that a couple or an individual enters into with a fertile woman to carry a baby through pregnancy. In accordance with the agreement, the baby is delivered to the couple or an individual after the pregnancy is completed. There are several reasons why a couple might opt to choose surrogacy:… Read More »

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Adopting a Child in Texas

By Lindamood & Robinson, P.C. |

Texas laws are broad concerning the adoption of a child. Many issues related to adoption, however, can be complicated. Prospective parents who are thinking of adopting must remember that there are certain procedural requirements that must be met in order to finalize the adoption. In some cases, families choose to adopt children outside the… Read More »

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