In the case of In Re the Adoption of L.G.K., both the trial and appellate courts reached a just decision. I wish I thought it was the correct legal decision and that the case won’t be overturned by the Indiana Supreme Court.
The child’s father, G.C. and her mother, J.K. were never married, but had a sexual relationship for about 10 months, from December, 2013 to October, 2014. In December, 2014, J.K. told G.C. that she was pregnant. G.C. took little part in her pregnancy or childbirth, but both his parents did. Once L.G.K. was born though, G.C. moved in with J.K. and took an active part in her care. She soon was calling him “Dad” and his parents “Granny” and “Poppy.” He and J.K. separated, but he continued caring for his daughter, paid support to J.K. and had sole care of the child at certain times.
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