Welcoming a Child Through Adoption

At Herrin & Leach, our attorneys John Herrin and Nathan Leach, have completed over 4,500 successful adoptions. Our focus is adoption with over 60 years of adoption experience.

 

Expectant mother Resources

If you are pregnant and considering adoption, we are here to answer your questions in a free, confidential manner. If you believe that adoption is best for you and your baby, we can help explain the available resources and help you plan for your child’s future by selecting a loving, stable family. Our clients provide financial assistance in accordance with Indiana law for living expenses and other potential pregnancy-related expenses.

Adoptive Parent Resources

There is no greater joy in this world than welcoming a child into your family. Many people wish to adopt but are unsure of the legal steps necessary to ensure that the adoption is final and carried out in the most efficient and ethical manner.    We offer decades of experience, a highly regarded reputation and volumes of legal adoption knowledge. But our most important skill is that we know how to listen to your concerns are here to help.                                                           

Assisted Reproductive Technology

When it comes to using assisted reproductive technology, it is very important to have an experienced attorney by your side to help the process go smoothly and to protect everyone involved, especially when arrangements cross state lines and could involve conflicting laws.   I strive to provide advice that helps intended parents understand the potential legal risks involved in their reproductive arrangement and then put in place agreements and other protections to help minimize those risks.

building your family through adoption

 

There is no greater joy in this world than welcoming a child into your family. Many people wish to adopt but are unsure of the legal steps necessary to ensure that the adoption is final and carried out in the most efficient and ethical manner. Expectant mothers who are considering adoption also have many questions about the process.

 

At Herrin & Leach, our attorneys John Herrin and Nathan Leach, have completed over 4,500 successful adoptions. Our focus is adoption. We have over 60 years of adoption experience and there is not an issue we have not seen and worked to resolve.

 

 

Building Your Family Through Adoption

We offer decades of experience, a highly regarded reputation and volumes of legal adoption knowledge.  But our most important skill is that we know how to listen.  We understand the concerns you may have about building your family through adoption and are here to help.

Herrin & Leach is highly experienced in all types of private and agency adoptions, including newborn adoptionsstepparent adoptionskinship adoptionsfoster parent adoptions, interstate adoptions, international adoptions and contested adoptions.  We also handle assisted reproductive technology and surrogacy cases and regularly draft agreements and obtain Pre-Birth Orders for Intended Parents.

Services for Expectant Mothers

We are proud to provide a welcoming and confidential environment in which individuals of any ethnicity, sexual orientation and economic background can learn more about the adoption process in Indiana.

If you are pregnant and considering adoption, we are here to answer your questions in a free, confidential manner.  If you believe that adoption is best for you and your baby, we can help explain the available resources and help you plan for your child’s future by selecting a loving, stable family.   Our clients provide financial assistance in accordance with Indiana law for living expenses and other potential pregnancy-related expenses.

How We Can Help

We work diligently to ensure a successful adoption.  When done correctly, adoption offers expectant mothers, prospective parents and the child all the chance for a bright future.  When you come to our office, we will take the time to answer all of your questions, explain the process and clear up any aspect of the adoption process that might be confusing.

Call our Indianapolis office at 317-566-2174 or send us a message online to set up a visit and speak directly with a lawyer.

Your initial consultation is always free of charge.

Indiana Adoption Attorney

About Us

At Herrin & Leach, we know and embrace the importance of your adoption. That’s why we have created a firm that focuses solely on adoption. We believe attorneys who are committed to the adoption process best serve those families seeking to adopt and the children who need safe, loving families. We are committed to helping adoptive parents and expectant mothers navigate the adoption process.

Indiana adoption law is complex and ever-changing. It is not always easy for nonlawyers or lawyers who do not work exclusively in adoption to stay on top of the ever-changing laws. Since our focus is adoption, we understand the laws inside and out.

Indiana Adoption Attorney

Client Success Stories

 Professional And Knowledgeable

I highly recommend Nate to anyone hoping to grow their family through adoption. Nate was professional, knowledgeable and assisted us with our Interstate adoption at every step. Nate was also great with the children at the final adoption hearing and helped to make our day special!”

S.M.

Goes The Extra Mile

Nate is knowledgeable, professional, compassionate, and goes the extra mile to make sure that everything is taken care of in an efficient manner. He understands the emotions involved in adoption and was always available to answer questions and made us comfortable with the entire process. If you need a highly qualified adoption attorney, I highly recommend calling Nate.”

S.W. and J.W.

Our Firm’s Success

Compassionate & Experienced Indiana Adoption Lawyers

We work diligently to ensure a successful adoption. When done correctly, adoption offers expectant mothers, prospective parents and the child all the chance for a bright future.  When you come to our office, we will take the time to answer all of your questions, explain the process and clear up any aspect of the adoption process that might be confusing.