Same sex couples and couples who have struggled with infertility, may consider surrogacy and gestational agreements as well as donor agreements. If you are using a fertility clinic, many clinics and doctors have contractual agreements regarding surrogacy, donors, and embryo retraction, storage, and use. These are highly important legally binding contracts that could have many consequences. It is important to discuss these forms with an experienced family law attorney who can decipher the legal language and ensure you are protected.
Expanding your family should be a joyous time, but for many dealing with infertility, this is a stressful and emotional time. You need an attorney you trust, in your corner to make sure any contracts you enter regarding assisted reproduction methods protects you and your family.
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