What is the name of your state? ANY
Was just watching the TODAY Show discuss woman who used sperm banks (a good option for those single woman who want total control over raising their kids and no shared custody). Anyway, one woman interviewed had explained to her now older son that "...my husband AT THE TIME could not have children"...as her reason for using a donor. OK. Note, not "your father..."
What surprised me is that this person, who she is no longer married to, appeared to have no rights whatsoever to a child concieved during the marriage. Seems that it would be no different than a child born using donor eggs and huband's sperm: wouldn't the child born during the marriage in a pregnancy both worked to achieve using fertility pills, etc (been there, costs some bucks) be presumed to be BOTH parents regardless of actual DNA???? Could the donor status be used by mom in a divorce to deny the father his rights? If so, then why couldn't a father whose wife used an egg donor deny HER maternity rights?
Thanks for indulging my curiousity.