Do children have the right to know their biological parents?
a very big yes. they have all the right in the world but it your duty to put it across to them in a nice way. or both parent and child will suffer the consequences.
hope it helped.
In most instances YES ,but what about all these IVF babies that are conceived through doner sperm? Imagine donating sperm and then all of a sudden having 2 or 3 or maybe more children popping up on your doorstep claiming that you are daddy ?
I have a friend who is not married ( has been) and has had one child through donated IVF and is embarking on another from the same doner...what happens when those children ask who daddy is..do you find out and tell them?
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