Saturday, July 29, 2006
Britain's highest court has decided a child custody dispute between two lesbian former partners by ruling that the biological mother takes precedence. The two women, identified only as C.G. and C.W., had a 7-year relationship, and during that time C.G. bore two children conceived through artificial insemination. After a protracted legal battle, C.W. won an order from an appeals court for shared custody.
Read the story in the Guardian (last visited July 29, 2006)bgf