Sperm, egg and embryo donation
Not all family lawyers in Sacramento are familiar with surrogacy agreements, fertility and adoption rights. And because this is an area of law that is rapidly evolving, many also do not know how federal and state laws can affect a parent’s legal rights.
As an inclusive law firm, we help with intended parents of all types of families realize their dream of building their own families through assisted human reproduction. Although, there are many forms of assisted human reproductive options available, sperm, egg, and embryo donation continues to be a popular choice.
What is a donor contract
Although every donor, family, and situation is unique, a donor contract is a critical document to consider. Simply put, a donor contract is a written legal agreement between the donor and the recipient(s) outlining:
- Intentions, acknowledgments, and responsibilities of all parties
- The donor’s legal status in relation to the unborn child
- The terms, expectations and costs associated with the donation
The goal of this contract is to help ensure that everyone is on the same page. Starting a family should not be a complicated or stressful process, but when fertility services are involved, it’s possible that serious disputes may arise. By preparing a donor contract, you can protect your parental rights and reduce the chance of unnecessary, future disputes
Sacramento fertility law lawyer
Donor contracts protect the legal rights of all parties and contain language that is specific to each unique family situation. If you have questions or concerns regarding fertility planning, it is advised that you speak with a lawyer.
When you hire the Fraser Law Firm, P.C. to handle your case, you can rest assured that you’re getting the best and most effective representation. We have the knowledge, experience, and skills to tailor agreements to your unique circumstances.
Every client matters. Whether your case is large or small, you will receive expert advice, guidance, and attention from an experienced attorney. We work to ensure that your rights are protected and that your case is handled professionally.