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Colleen helped us to build our family through two adoptions. She took our situations to heart, and helped us get through some very difficult times with her legal expertise, insight for the big picture, her fighting spirit and especially her kind, reassuring and patient manner. We always felt comforted that she was on our side. We consider Colleen a part of our family!

-Fred and Anita Siegenthaler

Virginia’s Leaders in the Law 2009 | Colleen M. Quinn

Virginia’s Leaders in the Law 2009 | Colleen M. Quinn

 

Virginia Lawyers Weekly

Colleen M. Quinn was honored for leadership in Adoption and Surrogacy, and service to the YWCA.

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Confident with Colleen on our Side

If it weren't for Colleen Quinn, we know that we would have certainly gotten lost in the legal maze of the surrogate process. With Colleen at our side, we felt confident that no matter what happened, the whole family would be taken care of, including our precious new bumble bee. -Paul and Debbie, Richmond, VA

New Paths to Parenthood

New Paths to Parenthood

 

As Infertility treatment advances, more Americans are turning to Assisted Reproduction. Here, we take a look at some of the choices families are making.

by

Elizabeth Larsen

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Virginia Super Lawyers 2006

Virginia Super Lawyers 2006

Excellence From The Boardroom To The Courtroom "The firm’s trial practice includes representing plaintiffs in catastrophic injury and death cases in all types of tort actions. Motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, traumatic brain injury cases, and pharmaceutical and securities litigation comprise the majority of the firm’s trial cases. Much of the firm’s litigation practice is based on referrals from other lawyers." - From the Article

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Justice with a Busy Woman’s Touch

Justice with a Busy Woman’s Touch

by by Mary A. Tobey

Found in AUGUST 2006 • Vmagazine for Women | Click Here to Download the Article

As a lawyer, Colleen Marea Quinn, Esq. is a superlative representative of Lady Justice, standing straight and tall with strength and dignity, holding the scales of justice in one hand and a sword in the other. Her résumé and her life, however, portray the image not of a woman standing still, Read More

Changes Proposed to Simplify Adoptions

Bills aim to shorten waiting periods, make the process easier BY TAMMIE SMITH TIMES-DISPATCH STAFF WRITER Tuesday, February 7, 2006

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An attorney who handles adoptions, Colleen Marea Quinn sometimes has a case where the mother has no idea where the father is. All the mother may know is his first name and where they met. But for adoption to take place, attempts have to Read More

Your Mother Would Know

By Carol Barbieri

November 29, 2005 Op-Ed Contributor | Atlantic Highlands, N.J.

"It's been 14 years, but I can still feel the terror that gripped me when our son's cardiologist asked my husband and me if Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome ran in our family. Getting my husband's family medical history was as simple as calling his mother. But I'm adopted: I didn't know who in my family may have had this heart condition, and Read More

8 Myths and Realities About Adoption

8 Myths and Realities About Adoption

Click Here to View the Entire Document As a PDF

MYTH There are very few babies being placed for adoption in the U.S. REALITY 20,000 or more U.S.-born infants are placed for adoption each year—more than the number of international adoptions yearly.

MYTH Adoption is outrageously expensive, out of reach for most families. REALITY Adoption is often no more expensive than giving birth. Costs to adopt domestically average

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Birthmother Choices and Adoptive Parent Issues2004 Adoptive Families Magazine

Dont' Expect to Recover Money Spent on Birthmother Living Expenses by Colleen M. Quinn

From 2004 Adoptive Families Magazine

"Q: If a prospective birthmother decides not place her baby with us for adoption, can we get back the money we paid for her living expenses during the pregnancy?

A: The expenses that prospective parents can pay in connection with an adoption are regulated by state law, and vary from

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Legal Expertise and Insight for the Big Picture

Colleen helped us to build our family through two adoptions. She took our situations to heart, and helped us get through some very difficult times with her legal expertise, insight for the big picture, her fighting spirit and especially her kind, reassuring and patient manner. We always felt comforted that she was on our side. We consider Colleen a part of our family!

-Fred and Anita Siegenthaler


Virginia’s Leaders in the Law 2009 | Colleen M. Quinn

Virginia’s Leaders in the Law 2009 | Colleen M. Quinn

 

Virginia Lawyers Weekly

Colleen M. Quinn was honored for leadership in Adoption and Surrogacy, and service to the YWCA.

Click Here to Read this Entire Article as a PDF


Confident with Colleen on our Side

If it weren't for Colleen Quinn, we know that we would have certainly gotten lost in the legal maze of the surrogate process. With Colleen at our side, we felt confident that no matter what happened, the whole family would be taken care of, including our precious new bumble bee. -Paul and Debbie, Richmond, VA


New Paths to Parenthood

New Paths to Parenthood

 

As Infertility treatment advances, more Americans are turning to Assisted Reproduction. Here, we take a look at some of the choices families are making.

by

Elizabeth Larsen

Click here to View This article as a PDF


Virginia Super Lawyers 2006

Virginia Super Lawyers 2006

Excellence From The Boardroom To The Courtroom "The firm’s trial practice includes representing plaintiffs in catastrophic injury and death cases in all types of tort actions. Motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, traumatic brain injury cases, and pharmaceutical and securities litigation comprise the majority of the firm’s trial cases. Much of the firm’s litigation practice is based on referrals from other lawyers." - From the Article

Click Here to View the

Read More


Justice with a Busy Woman’s Touch

Justice with a Busy Woman’s Touch

by by Mary A. Tobey

Found in AUGUST 2006 • Vmagazine for Women | Click Here to Download the Article

As a lawyer, Colleen Marea Quinn, Esq. is a superlative representative of Lady Justice, standing straight and tall with strength and dignity, holding the scales of justice in one hand and a sword in the other. Her résumé and her life, however, portray the image not of a woman standing still, Read More


Changes Proposed to Simplify Adoptions

Bills aim to shorten waiting periods, make the process easier BY TAMMIE SMITH TIMES-DISPATCH STAFF WRITER Tuesday, February 7, 2006

Click Here to View This Article as a PDF

An attorney who handles adoptions, Colleen Marea Quinn sometimes has a case where the mother has no idea where the father is. All the mother may know is his first name and where they met. But for adoption to take place, attempts have to Read More


Your Mother Would Know

By Carol Barbieri

November 29, 2005 Op-Ed Contributor | Atlantic Highlands, N.J.

"It's been 14 years, but I can still feel the terror that gripped me when our son's cardiologist asked my husband and me if Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome ran in our family. Getting my husband's family medical history was as simple as calling his mother. But I'm adopted: I didn't know who in my family may have had this heart condition, and Read More


8 Myths and Realities About Adoption

8 Myths and Realities About Adoption

Click Here to View the Entire Document As a PDF

MYTH There are very few babies being placed for adoption in the U.S. REALITY 20,000 or more U.S.-born infants are placed for adoption each year—more than the number of international adoptions yearly.

MYTH Adoption is outrageously expensive, out of reach for most families. REALITY Adoption is often no more expensive than giving birth. Costs to adopt domestically average

Read More


Birthmother Choices and Adoptive Parent Issues2004 Adoptive Families Magazine

Dont' Expect to Recover Money Spent on Birthmother Living Expenses by Colleen M. Quinn

From 2004 Adoptive Families Magazine

"Q: If a prospective birthmother decides not place her baby with us for adoption, can we get back the money we paid for her living expenses during the pregnancy?

A: The expenses that prospective parents can pay in connection with an adoption are regulated by state law, and vary from

Read More

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