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S.J.L.S. v. T.L.S., Kentucky Court of Appeals Opinion by Judge Acree, Judge Lambert concurring and Judge Keller concurring in result only, affirming in part, reversing in part and remanding.
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As part of the life plan of two women, S gave birth to a child named “Z” by artificial insemination from a donor selected by T. Six weeks after the birth of the child in 2001 T filed a petition for permanent joint custody. S was unrepresented, signed a waiver and acknowledgement and an agreed...
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Today the Kentucky Court of Appeals affirmed a trial court’s refusal to set aside a same-sex adoption in S.J.L.S. v. T.L.S., but it is quite clear that is not the way the court would like the headline to read. In the exceedingly well-written 61 page opinion, like any great legal thriller, you don’t learn until...
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Click In Re Marriage and you’ll see the 172 page opinion from the Supreme Court of California today. Marcia Oddi at Indiana Law Blog posts: Here is a report by Bob Egelko of the San Francisco Chronicle on this morning’s ruling. The story begins: 10:31 PDT SAN FRANCISCO — Gays and lesbians have a constitutional...
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Picklesimer v. Mullins, __ S.W.3d. __ (Ky. App. 2008) 2007-CA-000086-ME and 2007-CA-000101-ME
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All 224 pages of Maryland’s highest court decision in Conaway v. Deane that there is no fundamental right to marry someone of the same sex, that same sex orientation is not a suspect or quasi-suspect class, that denial of same sex marriage is not a violation of equal protection and that denial of the right...
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The Family Law Prof Blog reports: The Maine Supreme Judicial Court ruled unanimously today that state law does not preclude unmarried couples from jointly petitioning to adopt a child. The case involved a lesbian couple who had petitioned to adopt a 10-year-old girl and her 6-year-old brother, for whom the couple had been foster parents...
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How states will deal with divorces between same-sex partners legally married in another state or country is an issue family lawyers are watching and busy planning strategies.
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New York Divorce Report directs us to posts about recent decisions in Virginia, Oregon and California.
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The 56 page Maryland decision in In Re Roberto d B. rendered last week can be found here. KRISTEN WYATT, Associated Press, Wednesday, May 16, 2007 writes: A surrogate mother who has no genetic connection to the baby she is carrying does not have to be listed as the mother on a birth certificate, Maryland’s...
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