by Lauren Gray | Feb 26, 2018 | NCLR, National Center for Lesbian Rights, same-sex parents, LGBT, arizona
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 26, 2018 Contact: Lauren Gray, NCLR firstname.lastname@example.org / (215) 983-3099 In Victory for LGBTQ Community, U.S. Supreme Court Allows Decision Ruling Married Same-Sex Parents and Married Different-Sex Parents Must be Treated Equally to Stand U.S. Supreme Court Will Not Review Arizona Supreme Court Decision in McLaughlin NCLR says, “States across the country should take careful...
by Dan Mahoney | Oct 2, 2013 | same-sex couples, LGBT parents, lesbian parents, child custody, parental rights, parentage, same-sex parents, school, adoption, Federal policy, Youth, Federal Legislation
This publication provides an overview of the legal rights of LGBTQ parents and their children in the United States. Download PDF
by Erik Olvera | Oct 1, 2013 | same-sex couples, LGBT parents, lesbian parents, parental rights, lgbt undocumented immigrant, marriage equality, parentage, same-sex parents, adoption, Youth
This publication provides guidelines for families and attorneys for protecting parent-child relationships and obtaining legal recognition of family ties. Download PDF
by Bethany Woolman | Dec 9, 2011 | LGBT parents, parental rights, custody restrictions, parentage, same-sex parents, adoption, DADT, fertility treatment
(San Francisco, CA, December 7, 2011)—The case was brought by a woman, known as S.Y., who raised two children with her former same-sex partner. The children were legally adopted only by S.Y.’s partner, S.B. S.Y. did not adopt the children, primarily because she was in the military and could have been discharged under “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” if the military learned about her family. The Court of Appeal, applying longstanding California law, ruled last week that S.Y. should be recognized as a...