shrimp67 wrote:I would love to get an answer, if there's a lawyer in the crowd or if someone knows a lawyer.
My friend was asked by a lesbian couple to be a donor in order for them to have a baby.
They don't want any clinics involved.
My friend would like to ensure no paternity claims or child-support come back to bite him in the ass a decade down the road, because the Finnish law is highly discriminating against men.
I know that in countries with similarly discriminating laws, there's a special contract you can make to reduce the risk.
Now, a contract in which the woman gives up any claims is completely null in court, because child-support and the paternity are basic rights of the kid, and no contract can take that away.
They circumvent the problem by making a contract for the woman's partner to sign.
The contract states that the person who signs it agrees to pay back any sum of money the man will have to pay in child support.
So now, sure the mother can sue the man for child-support, but then her partner (can also be her parents, siblings etc.) has to pay it back.
Is this kind of contract legal in Finland?
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