Fertility agreements & contracts

FERTILITY AGREEMENTS & CONTRACTS

egg and sperm donor agreements

If you and your partner are planning to use an egg or sperm donor, or you are planning to be a donor, it is recommended you seek advice beforehand.

Whether you are using a formal or informal process, you should be aware of the best way to protect your family from any potential pitfalls and, if you’ve been asked to act as a donor, to have a clear understanding of your role.

The most likely outcomes are negotiated egg or sperm donor agreements and contracts between the parents and donors to protect their interests and the interests of any children. However, in some situations after the birth of a child an application to a Court might be necessary.

We can assist you in any of these circumstances.

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