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Adoption/Assisted Reproductive Technology Law

Deciding to start a family is one of the biggest choices you are going to make in your life. Whether you wish to adopt or utilize assisted reproductive technologies such as artificial insemination, IVF, egg donation, sperm donation or surrogacy, KingSpry is here to help.

Adoption & Assisted Reproductive Technology Law

Our team of attorneys is experienced in legal matters related to adoption and assisted reproductive technology (ART), and has helped guide numerous families from the Lehigh Valley and beyond through the often complex and emotional legal intricacies.

Dorota Gasienica-Kozak is KingSpry’s Adoption/ART Practice Chair.

On the cutting edge of these new family formation options and the developing laws around them, we protect intended parents by obtaining rights to the children born of ART and represent ART physicians, donor agencies, adoption agencies, and foster care agencies, as well as egg, sperm and embryo donors and surrogates.

Adoption/Assisted Reproductive Technology Legal Services

We take pride in our sensitivity and responsiveness while providing clients from all backgrounds and family structures with legal services including:

  • Adoptions
  • Post adoption contact agreements
  • Terminations of parental rights
  • Special needs adoptions
  • Interstate adoptions
  • Step-parent and co-parent adoptions
  • Birth parent representation
  • LGBT family formation
  • Gestational carrier/surrogacy actions
  • Traditional surrogacy actions
  • Ovum donor agreements, known or anonymous
  • Embryo donor agreements, known or anonymous
  • Sperm donor agreements, known or anonymous
  • Parentage decrees
  • Pre- and post-birth orders
  • Insurance coverage issues/appeals
  • Litigation support services
  • Estate planning and trusts for new and non-traditional families
  • Employment protection issues
  • Name change
KingSpry: The Lehigh Valley’s Adoption/Assisted Reproductive Technology Law Firm. Click here to contact us today.

 

 

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