Suppose you are an unmarried couple, with children. To assume legal parenthood for the father is a relatively straightforward procedure here, circumventing the tedious adoption route. Basically, the (biological or not) father requests parenthood and the biological mother agrees, fromĀ  there it is a formal procedures, some paperwork. notary, city office, yack yack and done. I am don’t know how this works in other countries.

Now, a “committee of the wise” have produced a report to the administration advising to change the law to unify this procedure for lesbian couples: the non-biological mother applies for parenthood, and as long as the biological mother agrees, move on to get the rubber stamps so to speak et voila! What do you think? And how does this relate to laws in your country?