An San Francisco East Bay lesbian’s attempt to gain parental rights over her ex-partner’s daughters failed Monday when an appeal court rejected her novel bid for a limited guardianship.
In a case that challenged state law regarding same-sex couples, the First District Court of Appeal followed current law in ruling unanimously that a non-biological, non-adoptive parent has no standing to assert custody or visitation rights over a natural mother’s children.
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