Hendrickson-Oleon-2012-Fall-Family-Law-FinalExam

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FAMILY LAW PROFESSORS LIZ HENDRICKSON AND GLENN OLEON FALL 2012 FINAL PAPER TOPIC Analyze the following problem, referring to cases and statutes we have covered thus far in the course. Do not do additional research. Identify the issues presented and your position on each, citing and discussing the authority upon which you base your positions. Your paper must be 10 pages long (not more or less), at least 12 point font, with one inch margins, double spaced. FACT PATTERN Dawn and Gail are registered domestic partners living in California. They decide to have a child. Dawn becomes pregnant through donor insemination at a fertility clinic run by a local physician. The child is born healthy and they proceed to raise her together in their home. They name her Mae. Dawn stays home for four weeks with Mae and then returns to work. Gail is then able to take six weeks of parental leave from her job to stay home with Mae. Both Dawn and Gail then arrange their
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