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JASON PATRIC WINS IN APPEALS COURT TODAY

A California Appeals court reverses a trial judge who wouldn’t allow Patric as sperm donor to have any relationship with his in vitro son.

In a landmark ruling, Jason is allowed to seek legal paternity of Gus!

Today’s win is monumental.  A CA Appeals Court just reversed a trial judge who wouldn’t allow Jason to have any relationship with his son.

 Today’s reversal gives hope to parents in similar circumstances everywhere and is one more positive step in Jason’s journey to be reunited with Gus.

 The heartening ruling included this hopeful language from Judge Thomas Willhite:

“A sperm donor who has established a familial relationship with the child and has demonstrated a commitment to the child and the child’s welfare can be found to be a presumed parent even though he could not establish paternity based upon his biological connection to the child.”

Please celebrate with us in this win!  It is truly win for us all.  We ask that you share this message with as many people as you can.

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A Victory For Jason Patric

Thanks to the First Amendment, the actor fends off a restraining order demanded by the mother of his four-year-old child.

On Monday, Jason Patric prevailed in what is likely a first-of-its-kind legal dispute. The actor’s ex-girlfriend Danielle Schreiber demanded a restraining order that would have prevented Patric from using their son’s name for “Stand Up for Gus,” an advocacy outfit that raises awareness of parental alienation.