Kentucky court says custody can't be denied because of HIV infection.

  • Published 1995 in AIDS policy & law

Abstract

A Kentucky state appeals court ruled that a parent cannot be denied child custody based solely on HIV infection. HIV infection in a parent does not alone serve as grounds for modifying a custody order. The custody motion was filed when a father learned that his ex-wife had remarried a man who tested positive for HIV. It was determined that the stepfather's… (More)

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