Top Harriman Adoption Lawyers - Tennessee

Parker and LaDuke is an association of attorneys handling Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support  and other Family law cases as well as Personal Injury and Business Law. We have been at the same convenient West Knoxville location for 23 years and we have over 47 years combined legal experience. We believe that a strong attorney-client relationship is essential to obtaining the...

I am attorney Christine L. Dummer, and from my law office in Knoxville, Tennessee, I strive to deliver the highest level of representation and support possible to those throughout eastern Tennessee who are dealing with complex, emotional legal challenges involving their changing family dynamics. Focusing on all areas of family law, I have more than 20 years of experience representing the rights...

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Need help with an Adoption issue?

You've come to the right place. Adoption lawyers not only help in gay adoptions and stepparent adoptions, but also when birthmothers give up a child, and adoptees look for birth parents.

Adoption lawyers can guide you through each step in the adoption process, procedural requirements for international adoptions, placing a child for adoption, and even assisted reproduction issues like surrogacy.

Use FindLaw to hire a local adoption lawyer to help resolve your adoption needs.

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