It soon could be unremarkable for a child to have three or more legal parents. This may sound fantastical, but it’s fast becoming reality: Six states have enacted laws over the past decade expressly allowing a court to recognize more than two parents for a child.
How can a person without a biological connection to a child establish parentage in Tennessee?
When can a father have a Tennessee court exercise subject-matter jurisdiction over a child born out of wedlock?
Does Tennessee’s artificial insemination statute apply to children of same-sex marriages?
Who does Tennessee recognize as a parent of a child conceived through in vitro fertilization?
What parental rights exist when the presumption of paternity is overcome in Tennessee?