Under the World Health Organization’s previous definition, infertility was failure to achieve pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. Its expanded version will apply to more families.
Choosing the right egg donor attorney to assist you through the surrogacy process will take time and research. As you consider attorneys, here are the questions to ask.
A reproductive law attorney explains surrogacy health insurance options and how intended parents can make sure the surrogate’s pregnancy will be covered.
“Building a family via surrogacy is only for the wealthy” — myth or fact?
A surrogate can decide to keep the baby? Egg donors are only in it for the money? Read on for the realities that disprove these and other myths.
An overview of what’s involved in the decision to use donor egg after infertility, including medical options, programs, costs, and more.
What can intended parents ask for and what are the boundaries of the relationship with the woman who will be carrying your baby for nine months?
Choosing the right ART attorney to assist you through the surrogacy process will take time and research. As you consider attorneys, ask these questions to help you make your decision.
Embryo donation allows parents to carry a pregnancy and give birth to a child who will be theirs, though genetically unrelated. Here’s what you should know.
Intended parents share in a gestational carrier’s pregnancy closely, and may be able to have a child genetically related to both parents.
An attorney explains what laws apply when you build your family through assisted reproduction.
The Child-Parent Security Act addresses the legal rights of families formed in non-traditional ways, and through compensated surrogacy.