If you are unmarried, can you still fulfill your dream of becoming a parent? For many years, singles have struggled to compete with couples for a successful adoption match.
A number of online sites now allow singles to connect with others interested not in romance, but in partnering to conceive and raise a child. Sites such as www.Modamily.com and www.Coparents.com take singles through the process of meeting, matching, conceiving and raising a child as co-parents.
As you can imagine, this adoption alternative has its detractors who argue against deliberately consigning a child to be raised in two different worlds. On the other hand, proponents say parenting partnerships between warm and cooperative co-parents produce happy, well-adjusted children.
What are the legal rights of co-parents? What happens if disagreements arise over the parenting of the child, or if one parent decides to move far away? The key to a successful parenting partnership is a carefully prepared parenting plan; one that complies with Texas Family Code requirements.
At Schreier and Housewirth family law, we believe families come in all forms. Through our careful parenting plan development, we give co-parents the assurance and security they need to raise happy and confident children. For over twenty years we’ve been helping our diverse family of clients realize their dream of parenthood.