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Complicated Custody: One Couple's Case Goes To The Nevada Supreme Court
Complicated Custody: One Couple's Case Goes To The Nevada Supreme Court

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AIR DATE: October 7, 2013

The Nevada Supreme Court recently ruled on a case involving two women battling for custody of a child. One of the women provided the egg for the child, and the other carried the baby to term. So which one is the mother? And can the court legally declare two mothers in a case like this? The law is struggling to catch up to advances in reproductive medicine, and this case may change the way Nevada courts consider some cases.

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Bradley Schrager, attorney, Wolf, Rifkin, Shapiro, Schulman & Rabkin

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