Special Needs Adoptions

In Tennessee, a special needs adoption involves a child that would likely remain in foster care if adoption assistance payments are not provided. The State makes this determination based on specific factors such as age, membership in a sibling group, ethnicity, or disability.

Surrogacy / Alternative Reproductive Technology (ART)

The child is conceived through in vitro fertilization and will be either carried by a surrogate or will be carried by the adoptive mother. This is a complex area of the law still developing in Tennessee. Therefore, legal contracts are necessary to ensure that the intent of the parties is honored. Transparency is imperative.

Adoption Law Center of Mid TN

3102 West End Ave.
Suite 400
Nashville, TN 37203

Call (615) 543-8640

Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 5 pm


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