Recent Illinois Supreme Court Ruling Finds Parental Rights In Civil Union Equal To Step
The recent Illinois Supreme Court ruling declared that a non biological parent in a civil union has the same parental rights as a stepparent. Find out more about what this means and how this affects the rights of a stepparent. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/recent-illinois-supreme-court-ruling-finds-parental-rights-in-civil-union-equal-to-stepparents
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In this video, we discuss a recent ruling from the Illinois Supreme Court that places the parental rights of individuals in a civil union and stepparents on equal ground and posits that those rights will continue after the death of their spouse.
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