Resolving Fertility Issues in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska
Every family is different, and advances in modern medicine allow families to expand in new ways. More and more, prospective parents are considering alternatives to natural child conception and pregnancy.
With these new alternatives, however, come new legal issues.
The lawyers at Stange Law Firm, PC, are well prepared to help our clients navigate these legal issues. We are dedicated to protecting your rights and interests. Understanding how important family is — no matter what shape it takes — we work hard to achieve the best possible results for our clients efficiently and effectively.
We handle legal matters related to many different fertility and surrogacy matters:
- Drafting and reviewing surrogacy agreements
- Drafting and reviewing documents related to fertility, artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, and embryo transplantation
- Protecting the rights of donors and surrogates
- Protecting the custody rights of parents to embryos
Facing Fertility and Surrogacy Conflicts
At Stange Law Firm, PC, we believe in common-sense solutions for parents facing fertility and surrogacy conflicts. This approach means using the most cost-effective means to reach a solution, but it also means taking aggressive action when necessary. Our team of enthusiastic attorneys will prepare your case completely and effectively, fighting hard so that your voice is heard in court. This is what we do — from the moment we take your case until the moment that matters are favorably resolved.
You can also read more on this topic in an article titled: The Brave New World of Custody in Assisted Reproduction. We also have a legal summary on the subject to help give you more information: Adoption and surrogacy agreements in a nutshell.
Contact Our Multi-State Fertility Lawyers in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska Today to Schedule a Consultation
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