Is there a point where a Testator's unfettered right to do what he or she wants with his or her property can be limited by public policy?
A gay man and his longtime partner decide to
become parents using a surrogate mother. Shortly after their son is born, the
couple gets married. But there's a catch for this modern family: A will left by
the man's wealthy father decrees that he must marry the mother for the child to
collect an inheritance.
What do you think?