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Whether you're an adoptive parent or a birth parent, the adoption process can be confusing and complicated. Without a competent attorney by your side, it's easy for things to go wrong. The Law Office of Lynn Esposito specializes in step parent adoptions, independent adoptions and other types of adoption in The Woodlands and throughout Montgomery and Harris Counties. Lynn Esposito has many years of experience in this area of practice and is dedicated to providing compassionate, competent, personalized counsel to her clients. Adoption is truly a life-changing event, and it pays to have the right legal representation by your side.


Lynn E. Esposito has been a family law attorney serving Montgomery County and Harris County since 1985. Many families grow through the process of adoption, and the team at the Law Office of Lynn E. Esposito provides qualified, knowledgeable legal counsel to those who need it. When it is handled correctly, adoption can have a happy, positive outcome for everyone who is involved. Doing it alone isn't advisable and the right lawyer can make a major difference. Whether you are about to undergo an independent adoption, a step-parent adoption or would just like to get a grasp of the available options in The Woodlands and surrounding areas, Lynn E. Esposito is available to provide first-rate legal counsel.


Adoption is never easy. A lot is at stake, so the process has to be painstakingly accurate. All parties involved need to protect themselves as much as possible. A firm grasp and understanding of local, state and federal laws is crucial in the adoption process. The Law Office of Lynn E. Esposito is located in the heart of The Woodlands. Feel free to contact us by stopping in during regular business hours or by calling us at (281) 362-1191, emailing us at or completing the new client evaluation form on our website.

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