Kelsey Vander Vliet, Paralegal

Education

Kelsey Vander Vliet was raised in Northern Indiana. She graduated from South Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music in 2015. Shortly after graduation, Kelsey faced an unplanned pregnancy and ultimately chose adoption for her child. While pregnant, she earned a Certificate in Paralegal Studies from the University of California Berkeley Extension in 2016. Kelsey moved to Southern California from Indianapolis in September of 2018 to continue her career in adoption. Kelsey aspires to be an adoption attorney and will be attending law school in the fall of 2019.

Career

Kelsey has one year of experience as a litigation paralegal with a diverse background in Guardianships, Business Litigation, Landlord/Tenant Law, and Personal Injury. After working in a full-service law firm, she then spent a year and a half working at an adoption agency.

At Moore Law for Children, Kelsey works on adoption cases and assists with education cases. She helps with client intakes, client correspondence and scheduling. Kelsey leads our marketing efforts; she designs our marketing materials, runs our social media accounts, and maintains relationships with adoption-related professionals in the Orange County area.

Message from Kelsey

As a birth mom, I know how difficult adoption is, and I am passionate about serving both expectant mothers and families well in the process, which includes finding support post-placement. With my personal experience as a birth mom and my professional experience in the adoption field, I know how difficult and confusing the adoption process can be for all three sides of the adoption triad: adoptive parents, birth parents, and the adoptee. Maintaining the highest ethical standards and keeping the child at the center in every adoption is my top priority. At Moore Law for Children, I am learning about Education law, and I strongly value the rights of our children. I am honored to assist each one of our clients.

Kelsey Vander Vliet

As a birth mom, I know how difficult adoption is.