Alaska Statutes.
Title 25. Marital and Domestic Relations
Chapter 20. Parent and Child
Section 45. Legitimacy of Children Conceived By Artificial Insemination.
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AS 25.20.045. Legitimacy of Children Conceived By Artificial Insemination.

A child, born to a married woman by means of artificial insemination performed by a licensed physician and consented to in writing by both spouses, is considered for all purposes the natural and legitimate child of both spouses.

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