Kansas court rules on non-biological parental rights


The Kansas Supreme Court has made a big decision in a case that may hit home for gay and lesbian couples across the country: the non-biological mother of children in a same-sex relationship can have the same parental rights as the biological mother.

Kelly Goudschaal and Marci Frazier separated after they became parents of their two children. They shared the rights and responsibilities of parenting the children before their split. After their relationship was severed, Goudschaal moved from Johnson County (where both women lived) to Texas. She then limited her ex’s visitation rights.

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