What You Need To Know About Embryo Donation Agreements
At Fertility & Surrogacy Legal Group, we work with both intended parents and the embryo donor. Each party must retain separate counsel, but we can represent either party. While this is an exciting time, it involves a lot of legal documents that must be properly handled. Our goal is to make this process as simple as possible in order to get things moving. We are here to answer all of your questions, from beginning to end.
A General Overview Of The Process
The purpose of an embryo donation agreement is to make sure everyone is on the same page. There are certain obligations that each party must fulfill. With those clearly laid out, it makes for an easier, smoother transition. Agreements are also unique to each client’s specific situation. What might work for one family, may not work for another. This is why our firm offers tailored solutions. From whose insurance will cover medical costs to future contact concerning the resulting child, everything is listed out in this agreement.
While we help families throughout the country, it is important to know that there are specific laws for each state. Our extensive knowledge in this practice area combined with our nationwide network can guarantee you are in compliance with the law. The main difference between adoption and an embryo donation agreement is the definition of a life. In adoption cases, the child is already born. Embryos are considered property. This is one way the legal system can be even more confusing, making it necessary to hire an experienced attorney.
For More Information, Call Our Office Today
The sooner you get this process started, the closer you are to completing the family of your dreams or helping someone else do so. Call our office in San Diego at 619-329-4411 to free schedule a consultation today.