From FC: Did the Illinois Supreme court treat bio fathers as 2nd class citizens?

So I read this, and I thought, maybe those crazy father’s rights cases do have a point.

A single mother brings home baby from the hospital and she has constitutional rights.

Dad has to get a DNA test and even then his rights are conditional?

Why the difference?

read on:

Parentage of J.W.

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Supreme Court of Illinois.May 23, 2013Full title
990 N.E.2d 698 (Ill. 2013)Copy Citation
990 N.E.2d 698371 Ill. Dec. 5102013 IL 114817

Cases citing this case

  • Toth v. Howrey

    …¶ 24 A. The Best-Interests-of-the-Child Standard and the Standard of Review¶ 25 The Parentage Act establishes…

  • C.C. v. David H.C.

    …See J.S.A. v. M.H., 224 Ill.2d 182, 211–12, 309 Ill.Dec. 6, 863 N.E.2d 236 (2007). ¶ 69 Rather than…

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Summaries written by judges

  • Holding that the biological father…

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