Written by attorney Anthony Payman Azemika | Apr 16, 2016

A Child Can Have Three Parents

A California Court of Appeals has ruled that a Trial Court was wrong in finding that a child would suffer no detriment if another man was not recognized as the child’s third parent under California Family Code Section 7612(c).

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