If a Donor is used, and the Intended Parent’s marriage ends, does the biological parent have more rights than the other parent?

If a Donor is used, and the Intended Parent’s marriage ends, does the biological parent have more rights than the other parent?

No. For example, if the husband’s sperm is used and they use an egg donor, they end up with a judgement ascertaining that he and she are the both the legal parents. Neither one of them has a superior right than the other, even though the husband is the biological father. They have equal rights under the law.
Kevin Mahan, Attorney at Law, Mahan & Mahan