Two Moms and a Baby
Updated: May 7, 2021
Many milestones have been reached in New York, but LGBTQ rights are hardly secure. It is as important as ever that non-gestating LGBTQ parents (even if on a birth certificate) ensure that they have secure parental rights adjudged in a court order, to keep their parentage protected in the event of travel, a move, or a change in law. Anything can happen and if it does, it’s crucial to know that you and your child have a clear legal bond which will allow you to make necessary medical, educational and other decisions for their health and well-being.
Contact the Law Office of Jennifer P. Maas, PLLC to discuss your options with a New York licensed family formation attorney, should you wish to pursue securing your parentage in New York.
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**This is intended for informational purposes only and not intended to be construed as legal advice. Every situation is unique and the laws of every state differ. Contact our office should you wish to discuss the specifics of your situation and to hire our firm to represent you.