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Learn about ways to protect yourself in a same-sex relationship

We recently discussed some of the ways that same-sex parents can address some of the more common challenges they might face. These are all important because it can help them and their children to live a life that is as normal as possible. We understand that there are some other situations that might come up during the course of their parenting relationship.

There are many things that same-sex parents should consider if they have children together. First, there is the issue that only one parent might be the birth parent. If you and your significant other are raising a child together, the nonbiological parent might decide to adopt the child so that they can call parenting rights into the case if the relationship sours.

Before you make any decisions about this, you have to determine how the options that you have might impact your life and the child's life. You know that you want what is best for your children, but the journey to make that happen might be challenging. This is especially true if you and your significant other end the relationship because you will then be thrust into a child custody case that might be proven to be very challenging, especially if you are a nonbiological parent who is seeking parenting rights.

We understand that you might have some specific situations that you need to discuss. We are here to have those discussions with you. We will explain the options. You can decide which one is the best one for your situation. We will help you get the process started to ensure that you and your children are protected.

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