1. Family Law and Egg Donation
    Making Legal Decisions in Egg Donation

For information and support:

Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology
The Donor Sibling Registry
American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
American Fertility Association (AFA)
Sara Rector, MFT


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Infertility affects approximately 1 in 6 couples. It can be a painful, stressful and emotional experience. By the time you decide to create your family with the help of third-party assisted reproductive medicine, you may be a walking encyclopedia on your medical condition and have experienced emotional ups and downs, but what about the legal aspects? You need to have a properly written agreement to be sure your intentions are clear and will be upheld.

Areas of Practice:

  • Egg Donation
    • Gestational Surrogacy
      • Embryo Donation
        • Sperm Donation