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(Fox 4 KC)   Sperm donor ordered to pay child support to the couple for whom he fathered a child. Status immediately changes from "sperm donor" to just "donor"   (fox4kc.com) divider line 3
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2013-01-03 12:22:55 PM  
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In sealed adoptions and anonymous legal donations, the bio parents are nowhere on the birth certificate.
2013-01-03 09:34:45 AM  
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NickelP: Theaetetus: NickelP: Exception Collection: NickelP: doglover: NickelP: You are right, we should just give wellfare and waive any child support responsibility to any couple who says he just 'donated' sperm.

If they have a notarized contract, then yes.

If you can't care for your kid, you should lose custody until such time as you can. They can be raised by the state and taught how to be productive members of society. An elite caste of hipsters who are abandon the US under the guise of a horrible childhood but are actually loyal spies to Uncle Sam and provide us all the intel we need to finally conquer the great Northern Aggressor: Canadia.

You can get a notary stamp for like 50 bucks.  Back date that shiat and you are set.

If you want to jump over piles of laws because of your special situation, then it isn't unreasonable to ask you to handle your side in a legal and responsible way.

How about we compromise:  Put both women on the birth certificate.  Suddenly there are two parents involved, so if they still qualify for benefits, there's no reason to go after a third party.

Seems reasonable to me

Problem: birth certificates are important for genealogy and measurement of consanguinity. You wouldn't want this kid accidentally breeding with his or her half-sibling, not having realized that they were related.
So, add a third line on the certificate for Parent Assuming Parental Rights of Biological Parent #1.

What if you want to donate to a single girl?


Then you're on the hook for support. It's the right of the child to get support from both parents, and you can't unilaterally waive the child's rights for them. Find someone to take over your rights and obligations, or don't do it.
2013-01-03 09:23:57 AM  
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NickelP: doglover: NickelP: You are right, we should just give wellfare and waive any child support responsibility to any couple who says he just 'donated' sperm.

If they have a notarized contract, then yes.

If you can't care for your kid, you should lose custody until such time as you can. They can be raised by the state and taught how to be productive members of society. An elite caste of hipsters who are abandon the US under the guise of a horrible childhood but are actually loyal spies to Uncle Sam and provide us all the intel we need to finally conquer the great Northern Aggressor: Canadia.

You can get a notary stamp for like 50 bucks.  Back date that shiat and you are set.

If you want to jump over piles of laws because of your special situation, then it isn't unreasonable to ask you to handle your side in a legal and responsible way.


How about we compromise:  Put both women on the birth certificate.  Suddenly there are two parents involved, so if they still qualify for benefits, there's no reason to go after a third party.
 
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