A long-winded child custody battle came to an end this week in California. A judge ruled that five-year-old twin girls would stay with their biological father but would have visitation rights with their mother.
What started out as a standard surrogacy turned into a nightmare for the two fathers of the young girls. After the girls were born, they were given to the couple as part of the arrangement agreed upon before their birth. Yet shortly after they were born, the mother changed her mind and decided that she wanted custody.
She took her case to court and fought hard for child custody. In the end, the judge ruled that the biological father would be given full custody of the little girls. The case went all the way to the state supreme court, ending in victory for the couple but tears for the mother of the girls. At this time, neither party is responding to media inquiries about the verdict.
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