Why surrogates should select their own attorney

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Written by: Stefan Beuge, Esq Florida, California, Texas, Oklahoma, Georgia, Nevada (to name a few) all law requires a legal contract between a surrogate and a Commissioning Intended Parent(s). Like any other contract, a surrogacy contract describes each party’s rights and obligations and governs the relationship of the parties. An attorney for the Commissioning Intended… Read more »

Finding the Right Reproductive Attorney

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Finding the right reproductive attorney to work with is equally as important as finding the right surrogate. While an attorney does not carry your child, they ensure that the pregnancy will go as smoothly as possible. Your reproductive attorney will look out for both you and your future child by making sure all proper provisions… Read more »