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The women, referred to only by their initials in court documents, purchased the "sperm straws" from a U. Supreme Court decision. The ex-wives each had by the same donor and after the break-up, the kids both Barrie dating forums to live with their respective biological mothers.
The women also wrote up a formal separation agreement dividing all of their assets, but they forgot to split up the remaining 13 straws filled with sperm from the same man. When one of the women fell in love again a couple years later, she wrote to Lesbian party line Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu ex and said that she and her new partner wanted to have another baby using the donor sperm so that all of the children would be related by blood.
She said she'd pay full price for Anmore city centre escort share -- six-and-a-half straws. The ex wrote back to say she'd rather have the sperm destroyed.
The new couple wasn't ready to give up and managed to track down another family that had used the same donor, but they learned there were no extra sperm straws left. When the couple called the sperm bank, they were told the donor was no longer on file.
With nowhere left Online chatting rooms in Pickering turn, the would-be parents filed a claim in court, arguing that the sperm should be treated as property and divided up just like any other asset during a divorce.
The ex-wife, on the other hand, contended that the issue was a moral one, and the sperm should not be treated like property. But Justice Loryl Russell ruled Monday that even though sperm has a different "emotional status" than a car or a home, it should be treated like property.
She Craigslist in Okanagan the ex-wives to split the sperm equally. They have made use of it to their benefit.
The respondent's moral objections to the commercialization of reproduction or the commoditization of the body seem to me to be too late," Russell wrote. The ex also attempted to argue that it was not in the "best interests" of the existing children to have another half brother or sister, and that it was "not in the best interests of any child to be conceived using the Free North Bay cams.
The children conceived by the other females would all be half siblings of B's children. Yet, B would have no right based on the best interests of her children to restrict A's right to procreate," Persian singles Granby wrote.