Legal victory in the Sunflower State as families "evolve" amid higher divorce rates and fewer marriages for EVERY demographic.
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What's Not the Matter with Kansas: State Supreme Court Broadly Recognizes the Rights of Lesbian Co-Parents
SMU Dedman School of Law professor Joanna L. Grossman comments on a recent decision by the Kansas Supreme Court holding that a woman who conceives through artificial insemination and her same-sex partner can both be deemed the legal parents of any resulting child born during their relationship under the Kansas Parentage Act, even if the couple has not entered into a co-parenting agreement.