The decision of a regional appeals court in Hamm that the children of sperm donors have the right to know who their fathers are could have a wider impact – some 100,000 children in Germany were born to sperm donors.
According to the law in different countries, each country protects the donors differently. Germany still cant protect their donors from child support, as USA does. In Spain the name of the donor is kept in secret, but in Britain is the right of the child to know who's their biological father at the age of 18. I think that in all countries the donor should be protected and out of the hook of any type of child support, but also the child have the right to know who's their biological father.
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A German court has decided that children of anonymous sperm donors have the right to know the names of their fathers. However, it remains unclear if the plaintiff involved in the case will ever find out the truth.
now sperm donors are not allow to be anonymous anymore? i do not think that is a good idea because what if the family is trying to get money our of the donor. i think they should make them sign a contract where it protects the donor benefits.
the article was in some ways engaging with the study that he did, but there was not enough evidence. I would like to be more specific and detail on his conclusion because it did not seemed relevant to me. In the other side the conclusion was interesting because he compared and gave his own opinion about the research he did.
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