Stepparent Adoptions
Made Easy

We specialize in helping those who already get all the hugs and kisses receive the legal status they deserve.

Tell us your story and decide your next steps. No contract or obligation.


Why Stepparent Adoption?

Because it represents more than just a “piece of paper”


Have peace of mind knowing that your child’s future issecure if something should happen to you. 


Give your spouse the gift of legal recognition for who they already are – a loving parent.


Build a stronger family bond and identity where everyone shares the same last name.

about Lucrece H.Bundy, esq

As a licensed Adoption Attorney in Nebraska and lowa, I have finalized over 100 adoptions. I’m interested in your family and how I can help.



Step 01

Schedule a free consultation and tell me your story.

Step 02

Receive your family’s personalized adoption plan.

Step 03

Finalize the adoption and strengthen your family legally.

Frequently Asked Questions
about Stepparent Adoption

It can take anywhere from a couple of months to over a year for a stepparent adoption to be finalized depending on the circumstances of your specific situation.

To start your stepparent adoption in Nebraska, you will need:

  • Marriage: The stepparent must be married to his/her stepchild’s biological parent.
  • Residence: The stepchild must have been living with the stepparent for at least 6 months before the stepparent adoption can start.
  • Consents: If you want to adopt your stepchild, both your spouse and the other biological parent have to agree to it. The law does grants some exceptions to getting the consent of the absent biological parent.

On average, a stepparent adoption in Nebraska can cost anywhere from $3,000 to over $5,000 depending on the complexity of your specific situation. Schedule a free consultation with our law office to find out how much yours will cost. 

Yes! In Nebraska, the law allows for the adoption of your adult stepchild. So if you never got around to adopting your stepchild for one reason or another, it is not too late to start the process. Call us to get started today.

There are a lot of situations in which the non-custodial biological parent may not agree to a stepparent adoption. The law provides a mechanism to proceed with stepparent adoptions without the non-custodial absent biological parent but they are very complex.  Schedule a free consult with our law office to find out what to expect for your specific situation.

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