One of the greatest joys of my practice is creating a family through adoption or alternative reproduction procedures. As an adoptive parent myself, I have personally experienced the anxiety and anticipation that accompanies the process. While I can't guarantee a stress-free experience, I promise to work hard to make the process go as smoothly and quickly as possible. – Attorney Rebecca Perry
Attorney Rebecca Perry understands firsthand both the joy and the challenges that adoption can bring. Camino Law, located in Greensboro, offers experienced legal advice and dedicated representation to individuals and couples in North Carolina seeking to grow their family through adoption.
Many of the clients who call upon us for help in these matters are seeking legal advice in adopting stepchildren and to firmly establish a blended family. We also handle a number of grandparent adoptions and adoptions for children whose parents have died or can no longer provide the necessary care due to incarceration, mental illness, or drug and alcohol abuse.
The experience and thoughtful legal counsel you will find at our firm can be of particular value to single men and women, same-sex couples and others seeking to pursue a nontraditional adoption.
Please continue reading for more information about the adoption process in North Carolina.
Donor Insemination, Surrogacy and the Law
Rebecca Perry is one of only a few lawyers in the state experienced in the often complex legal issues that may arise in donor insemination and surrogacy arrangements. From negotiations regarding financial compensation to the legal rights of sperm or egg donors and birth mothers, we can provide you with sound legal advice and knowledgeable representation.
The relationship between a donor or gestational carrier and child is poorly defined. In many cases, there are legal rights based upon biological parenthood and Pre-Birth order. A carefully crafted agreement can address the issues so as to protect the rights of the new parents, donors and carriers or surrogates.