Appeals Court Recognizes Sperm Donor's Parental Rights

, The National Law Journal

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Sperm donors in California can sue to establish parental rights to their biological children under a landmark appeals court decision.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    Rather than working to dramatically reduce our nation‘s steadily increasing and catastrophic out-of-wedlock birthrate, we seem obsessed with mainstreaming it. We‘re doomed.

  • not available

    It‘s a new world when you can establish a paternal connection with a 4-year-old on Skype. The bigger question may be the rights of a biological father who seeks, but can‘t obtain, contact with the child.

    And, in case it was needed, gays seeking to make kids now have another reason to get married (well, lesbians, at least).

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