Adoption involves numerous complicated policies and practices, many of which depend on location and the type of adoption process you pursue. In many instances, adoption requires a home study conducted by an adoption agency, negotiating an adoption contract, and adhering to state and federal regulations.From private to agency-assisted adoptions, we can help you decide which adoption approach is right for your family and then facilitate the end-to-end process.
Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is used to refer to in vitro fertilization, sperm or egg donation, and surrogacy. These techniques have helped thousands of families to welcome babies into their lives.
Surrogacy is another legally complex arrangement. All parties should have a detailed contract in place that outlines each person’s rights and responsibilities. There are two main types of surrogacy: traditional and gestational.
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These areas of family law are so particular and intricate, so it behooves you to engage an attorney who's focused on relevant statutes, precedents, and issues. This deep background can help simplify and hasten every aspect of your case.