A Vermont court awarded Jenkins "parent-child" contact and visitation. But a Virginia court declared Miller to be the sole parent, ruling the Virginia Marriage Affirmation Act barred recognition of civil unions. ...I guess we are going to hear about more cases like this.
Staver pointed out the Miller-Jenkins case is unique because, in addition to dueling federal laws, it represents the first time the courts of two states have issued conflicting decisions over a same-sex union case.
Sunday, August 06, 2006
Ex-lesbian lover wants custody
A mother and ex-lesbian in Virginia might lose custody because a Vermont court says that her ex-lover has some rights.Worldnetdaily reports: