D P v. Social Service and Child Welfare
1967.UT.110, 431 P.2D 547, 19 UTAH 2D 311
Supreme Court Of Utah
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I take it that most everyone will agree that there is a strong presumption that a baby is better off with its natural mother; that such presumption must be overcome only by clear and convincing evidence; that even though a written consent is given by her, it is revocable under certain circumstances; that a pregnancy experienced by a single woman generally is fraught with emotional upset, fear of social consequences, economic problems and unusual reactions that make a woman under such circumstances subject to unusual pressures.
- Category: Law
- Published: Aug 28, 1967
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Seller: Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
- Print Length: 33 Pages
- Language: English