September 2014 | 169 P.3d 1025, 285 Kan. 53 (Kan. 2007)

In re KMH (Kansas 2007)

An unmarried man provided semen directly to an unmarried woman for the purposes of artificial insemination in a physician’s office. Subsequent insemination procedures resulted in the birth of twins. The unmarried mother filed to terminate all parental rights of the unmarried man. The Kansas Parentage Act (KPA) does not require a sperm donor to provide his sperm directly to a physician performing an artificial insemination to be deemed a sperm donor and filing a termination of paternity does not satisfy the KPA’s requirement of a written agreement between parties to provide a sperm donor parental rights.

In re KMH.pdf

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