Andrea Halland has published her Kaiser Health News article, titled “It’s About to Get Tougher for Transgender People in Montana to Amend Birth Certificates.” The article begins as follow:
Kyndra Nevin recalls with dread having to ask a Montana judge to sign an order documenting that she’d had gender-confirmation surgery so she could change the gender on her birth certificate to female.
Nevin, a Bozeman resident and now 55, said the process she went through about a decade ago was humiliating and she continually worried the judge would deny her request.
“I had to out myself just to get that court order, to basically every court staff member that I came in contact with,” she said. “Until it was all said and done, I was never sure if it was going to be OK.”
To view the full article, click here: “It’s About to Get Tougher for Transgender People in Montana to Amend Birth Certificates.”
Posted by Bella Hoang, Managing Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.