Pamela S. Wynn is a Lake Worth adoption attorney who builds families through step-parent adoption, second parent adoption (gay adoption), and foster parent adoption. Since 1985, when my very first court


appearance was an adoption case, I have represented families in Palm Beach, Martin and Broward Counties who wanted to build their families through the adoption process in Florida.

Adoption Attorney since 1985.

Since 1985, I have handled step-parent adoptions, foster parent and close relative adoptions, as well as re-finalization and domestication of adoptions for foreign born children.

With over 600 step-parent and second parent adoptions, I am an experienced adoption attorney who is available to assist your family. Whether it is a step-parent or another family member involved in the adoption, this office can help you through the paperwork to complete your family’s lesbian egg donoradoption. I also have a website devoted strictly to step parent adoptions in Florida.

With the court decision on gay marriage, Pamela primarily represents gay and lesbian partners who want to adopt their partners’ child in a second parent adoption or step-parent adoption. Building families through adoption is a special joy for me because of the joy the children bring to your lives.

Collaborative Mediation Lawyer

I am accepting collaborative mediation clients who understand that mediation is the best alternative to preserve your assets and to be able to work together as co-parents. I am available for mediation in person or via telephone or Skpe calls for divorce mediation in  Florida.


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