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Von Dohlen Law Firm
April 2018
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This month's newsletter provides a brief overview of the stepchild adoption process in Texas.

If you have any questions about this month's featured topic, or anything else relating to family law, please contact my office today.
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In Texas, What is the Process for Adopting My Stepchild?
 
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A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE STEPCHILD ADOPTION PROCESS IN TEXAS
 
You’ve always had a special relationship with your wife’s children, and this bond has grown stronger over time. (In contrast, their relationship with their biological dad is practically nonexistent.) When they started calling you “Dad”, you started thinking about your commitment to them and the possibilities of stepchild adoption.

There are several reasons why Texas stepparents would want to adopt a stepchild. They include:
  • Putting your biological children and stepchildren on equal legal standing
  • Guaranteeing the child’s inheritance rights
  • Creating a legal parent-child relationship to allow the stepparent to continue parenting in case of death of the parent-spouse.
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