State Laws and Legislation

Wyoming Donor Insemination Law

Wyoming law explicitly states that a donor is not a legal parent of a child conceived via assisted reproduction. The law also states that only a man who provides semen for assisted reproduction, with the intent to be the parent of the child, is the parent of that child.

Citation: WYO. STAT. §§ 14-2-902, 903 (2003).

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Updated: Sun, August 29, 2004 - 11:00:50