"In april-will enter new rules in force when it comes to legally defining motherhood in Finland, according to the department of justice. It will mean that a child can have two mothers right from birth, unlike in the day then it can only be done through the adoption of the child within the family."
"In march of last year, it approved the Finnish parliament, the citizens' initiative on a new moderskapslag and now it is to enter into force. There are rules around the definition of motherhood after infertility treatments and that also the woman who is the partner of the woman who gives birth to the baby can be laid down as a legal mother – in the same way as paternity is established."
"the stated goal of The amendment is to safeguard the best interests of the child as soon as possible that after the birth, establish the parent-child relationship."