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Michigan case brings up issue of sperm donor rights in Michigan

Sperm donation can involve some tricky legal issues and may lead to problems when the donor and the recipient disagree on their arrangement after the donation has taken place. The problem is only compounded when state law isn’t clear about custody rights in such cases. A custody case recently filed in Wayne County provides a good example of this.

Presumed father vs. affiliated father: what is the difference under state law?

In our last post, we spoke about the Michigan Supreme Court’s recent decision to hear arguments in a case involving the application of the relatively new Revocation of Paternity Act. The case involves a mother who is seeking to dissolve the parental rights of her ex-husband, which were awarded as part of the couple’s divorce settlement.

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