Are You My Parent? Who is in My Family?: De facto Parentage, the Marital Presumption and the Second Parent Adoption: Recent Updates in the Law and How it Will Impact the Evolving Family Model | Wednesday, March 22, 2017
March 22 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
De facto Parentage, the Marital Presumption and the Second Parent Adoption: Recent Updates in the Law and How it Will Impact the Evolving Family Model
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
2 MCLE Credits
Member $60 | Non-Member $100 | Law Student $10 | Non-Attorney $50
+$20 for walk-up registration
Christina Golkin, Esq.
Aimee Richter, Esq.
Susan Bender, Esq.
Brian Esser, Esq.
Eric Wrubel, Esq.
In the wake of the New York Court of Appeals’ opinion rendered in Brook S.B., the passage of New York’s Marriage Equality Act and the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, numerous issues have arisen surrounding the presumption of who may qualify as a parent under the law.
Our panel’s discussion of these issues will include: – What the precedent of Brook S.B. means for unmarried couples
– Whether the presumption of legitimacy is available to same sex couples
– When is second parent adoption necessary
– Under the current law, will the New York Courts recognize a child having more than two parents
– A discussion of the Parent Child Securities Act.
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