When New York businessman Frank Mandelbaum died in 2007, he left a will that stipulated his grandson could never receive his share of a $180,000 trust unless his son, Robert Mandelbaum (pictured on the left), married the child's mother. The catch? The son is gay and is (now) married to a man, and the mother of the child was just a surrogate. So the anti-gay father was simply making one last, big, parental "comment" with his will, and his widow has testified in favor of the homophobic arrangement.
Needless to say, the surviving Mr. Mandelbaum is fighting the will.
If my father wrote a will that excluded me and/or my child on the basis of my sexuality, I'd happily challenge it until every dime was lost.