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.
After you’ve poured endless time and energy into your fertility journey, what do you do when the doctor says, “I’m sorry… We’ve done all we can do apart from egg donation, embryo donation, or surrogacy”? Here’s how to work through the heartbreak.
Which assisted reproductive technology (ART) should I use to build my family? An overview of the four main options: donor sperm, donor egg, donor embryo, and gestational surrogacy.
Is embryo donation right for you? Here are some factors to take into account, including average cost, donor identity, and more, outlined in chart form.
“Will we be matched with the donor couple, or can we select them? On the basis of what criteria?” Questions to ask before selecting the right donor embryo program.
Here is a list of storybooks you can use to help explain embryo donation and assisted reproduction to your young child.
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?
This sample budget will give you an overview of the line items associated with conceiving through embryo donation.
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.
As infertility treatment technology advances, more Americans are turning to assisted reproduction. Here, we look at some of the choices families are making.
An attorney explains what laws apply when you build your family through assisted reproduction.