Archive for July, 2007

Mommy’s little secret-By CAROLYN ABRAHAM

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Viator v. Miller

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 So is it okay for a judge to screw a persons wife; get her pregnant; and then preside over the divorce divorce?The answer-YES

P.S. The mom sued the judge in Federal court to ask him to stop harrassing her after they broke up. The judge was harrassing her, in part, by trying to pay her child support. The appeals court fined the judge $500 dollars and told him to stop trying to pay support to establish his paternity.

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From Bastardy to Equality: The Rights of Nonmartial Children and their Fathers in Comparative Perspective.

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Sperm donors no longer bank on anonymity

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The Supreme Court dismissed an application for leave to appeal by a woman who wanted to absolve her common-law husband of responsibility for a child she had through artificial insemination without his consent.

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Who’s Your Daddy?By Cecily Ruttenberg

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It’s not politically correct to say that child support laws are biased against men. But cases of questionable fatherhood and bizarre prosecutions of disproved dads show that, sometimes, it’s true.

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Fatherhood, Child Support, and DNA-Paternity Fraud

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL OF FLORIDA-Case No. 96-05218

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In this litigation involving the parentage of a young child, the man who has served as the child’s father since its birth was ousted as its legal father, in favor of a man whose only connection to the child is biological. We conclude that the biological father had no right to bring the action, and we reverse.

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Children, parents, and nonparents: Protected interests and legal standards

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