The Kansas Parentage Act requires sperm donor and recipient to enlist a licensed physician at some point in the artificial insemination process which the parties failed to do. An action was filed by the Kansas Department for Children and Families seeking to have Marotta declared the biological father.
Marotta signed a contract waiving his parenting rights and responsibilities but the sperm donor contract included his name. There is well established case law in Kansas which prevents a person from contracting away his or her financial obligations to support their child.
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