Achieving LGBTQ Equality Through Litigation, Legislation, Policy, and Public Education for 40 Years

Archives: Parenting

K.M.M. v. K.E.W.

K.M.M. and K.E.W. were in a committed same-sex relationship and had a child through assisted reproduction using an anonymous sperm...

More


McLaughlin v. McLaughlin

Suzan McLaughlin and Kimberly McLaughlin were a married lesbian couple who had a child using artificial insemination with an anonymous...

More


Case: McGaw v. McGaw

Melissa and Angela McGaw are two women who were in a long term relationship and had twins through donor insemination. ...

More


Case: Chin v. Armstrong

Florida law requires the Office of Vital Statistics to list a birth mother’s husband on the child’s birth certificate. After...

More


Case: E.L. v. V.L.

On March 7th 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court Unanimously Reversed Alabama’s Refusal to Recognize V.L.’s Out-of-State Adoption E.L. and V.L. are...

More


Case: Chatterjee v. King

The National Center for Lesbian Rights represented a non-adoptive mother in a successful case establishing that same-sex parents raising children are both recognized as parents under New Mexico law.

More


Case: Wood v. Wood

NCLR represents Hannah Wood in a Florida child custody case against her former partner, Courtney Wood. Hannah and Courtney had...

More


Case: In re Parentage of L.B.

NCLR filed an amicus brief in support of Page Britain, a lesbian woman whose long-time partner cut off all ties between Britain and her child after the couple separated

More


Case: Margaret K. v. Janice M.

Janice M. adopted a daughter from India and raised the child with her partner Margaret K. After the couple split, Margaret was denied visitation with her daughter, and NCLR filed an amicus in support of Margaret as a non-adoptive parent.

More


Case: Kristine H. v. Lisa R.

Kristine H. and Lisa R. had a child together using alternative insemination. Before the child was born, they petitioned a...

More


© 2017 National Center for Lesbian Rights. All rights reserved. Give us Feedback. Read our Privacy Policy.