Are biological fathers treated fairly during the adoption process? In my state of California, the fathers are notified and have a chance to respond. That is assuming that the birthmother is honest about his identity.
What do you think of the process and the people involved?
(*lets get into this for real* this is refering to an earlier post that turned into a mess.)
Answer by susie703 at 8:10 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
Answer by JLS2388 at 8:16 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
Answer by onethentwins at 8:46 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
Answer by 2ndtimewish at 8:50 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
Answer by Aislin at 8:55 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
To be fair, men should have the same rights to his child as the mothers. Men shouldn't have to sign a putative father registry, the shouldn't have to support the mother during pregnancy if she's hostile to him. Once the baby is born a simple DNA test is all that should be needed to get the child given to the father if the mother wants to relinquish and there should be no argument about it.
Answer by onethentwins at 9:01 PM on Jun. 14, 2011