Most children have two parents, a mother and a father, two moms or two dads. But what about a child that has three (or more!) parents?
A three – or more – parent family might seem wildly out there, but it’s a situation many families are facing. For example, a lesbian couple could have a child with a sperm donation from a close friend. The three adults may decide they’d all like to be involved in raising the child. How can the law protect this type of family structure?
We’re here to help you learn how to navigate the intricacies of California’s 3rd parent law.