I have practiced adoption law for 38 years with a concentration in adoption and... more
I have practiced adoption law for 38 years with a concentration in adoption and child welfare law for the last 28 years. I have represented birthparents and prospective adoptive parents in over 2,500 adoptions, including adoptions from 40 states and 17 foreign countries. I am an adoptive parent. I also gave birth to a child after utilizing assisted reproduction technology. My extend... view profile
Thomas Taneff was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1988 and has been practicing law for... more
Thomas Taneff was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1988 and has been practicing law for 25 years. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University and CapitalUniversityLawSchool. Mr. Taneff was a Judicial Law Clerk and Franklin County Probate Court Magistrate. He practices in the areas of estates, probate, estate planning, guardianships, adoption and surrogacy throughout the State of... view profile
Kate O. Vidovich was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 2007 and primarily practices in the... more
Kate O. Vidovich was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 2007 and primarily practices in the areas of probate, estate planning, guardianships, adoption, and surrogacy. Kate was formerly an Of Counsel Attorney at the Law Office of ThomasTaneff in Columbus, Ohio. Kate was formerly the law clerk at Talbott and Rinehart: Attorneys at Law in Columbus, Ohio. Kate graduated in 2000 from Hoover High ... view profile
An adoption lawyer helps to place children with parents other than their birth parents. An adoption cuts off the birth parents' rights and responsibilities, and gives them to the adoptive parents. Once an adoption is final, the adopted child receives the same legal treatment as a biological child. Adoption is often an emotional time and an adoption lawyer can help you make the right decisions for the child.