1. A child has a natural right to know his1 biological mother and biological father, to have a beneficial relationship with each biological parent, and to receive his upbringing from his biological parents.

2. A child shall not be deprived of contact or communication with a biological parent unless there is sufficient grounds for denying such contact.

3. The biological mother and biological father shall have full participation and equal say in the child's upbringing, healthcare, and education, unless there is sufficient grounds for depriving the biological parent of such participation, or the parent willingly agrees to forfeit this right of participation.

4. If the state believes that a biological parent should be prevented from having contact with his child, or that the biological parent is unfit to participate in his child's upbringing, healthcare, or education, the state shall bear the burden of proof. The state shall present its case against the parent in an appropriate court. The parent shall have the right to legal counsel and a prompt trial.

5. The state shall not deliberately deprive a child of the opportunity to be raised by a father and a mother. The state shall not place a child in a household unless the household is governed by both a male parent and a female parent.