Couples and individuals who built their families by means of assisted reproductive technology may find themselves in a situation where they have completed their family and have remaining cryopreserved embryos that they do not intend to use.
There are several options when it comes to deciding what to do with unused cryopreserved embryos. One generous option is to donate the cryopreserved embryos to another recipient family who are seeking to build their family by means of assisted reproductive technology.
Our experienced legal team assists our clients to understand all legal options involving unused cryopreserved embryos. Our attorneys are proud to work together with all the parties to ensure that a proper embryo donor contract is in place that protects the recipient Intended Parents and the embryo donors’ rights and responsibilities to a future child.