Allow for Legal Recognition of More than Two Parents


California Bill Would Allow for Legal Recognition of More than Two Parents


One of the most difficult battles for any father to have to fight is that which involves child custody.  Contested child custody cases have long pitted a mother against a father with the children often caught in the middle of the entire situation.  However, if a bill that is currently making its way through the California legislature ultimately becomes a law, the state would then be able to legally recognize more than two adults as parents of a child.

The bill was introduced because of the realization that there are many situations where children whose parents have gotten divorced and then remarried could have more than two adults making everyday decisions with regards to their wellbeing.  As of now, California law only allows for the recognition of two people as the legal parents of any child.  At this point, the bill has passed through the committee and is expected to be voted on in the full state assembly sometime soon.

Clearly, the introduction of this bill has stirred controversy from many interest groups, as there are opponents of the bill who believe that only two parents should ever be recognized.  However, proponents of the bill suggest that the modern world involves several adults playing significant roles with children, particularly if there have been divorces in the past that bring groups of people together.

San Diego Child Custody Lawyers

While this bill could change things with regards to the recognition of parents in California, what would remain constant is that fathers who face a battle over child custody face an extremely difficult situation for many different reasons.  That’s why a father who does face this situation needs to take immediate steps to make sure that his rights and the interests of his children are protected.

If you are a father who is facing this legal situation, you need to seek the help of San Diego child support lawyers who have been fighting for the rights of husbands and fathers for many years.  Contact the Men’s Legal Center today to schedule an initial consultation.

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