Case Law Reviews: Parental Rights

Baker v. Lankford, A10A1211

Categories: Legitimation, Parental Rights

Wife gave birth to a son while married to Husband. Husband was listed on the birth certificate and believed he was the child’s biological father. Wife later told Husband that he was not the child’s biological father. Wife then moved out of the marital home. Husband paid child support and filed for divorce. While the Read More

In Re N.A.U.E., S10A1109

Categories: Parental Rights

If a full and fair trial on the merits is provided, the Due Process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment does not required a State to provide appellate review, even in termination of parental rights cases.

Georgia Law and Frozen Embryos: Who Has Rights?

Categories: Divorce, Parental Rights

With the advancement of technology and the rapid development of fertility testing and treatment, assisted reproductive technologies (ART) have become more common, with in vitro fertilization (IVF) emerging as the most utilized method. IVF involves taking eggs from a female donor, fertilizing them in the laboratory with a male’s sperm and transferring the resulting embryos Read More