Surrogacy Guide

Is Egg Donation Legal?

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When you are matched with potential Egg Donor recipients, a legal authorization contract is typically required to participate in a donor cycle.

This sets into view the Egg donor’s compensation, confirmed commitment to work with the recipient, and the liabilities you may face if you do not fulfill your agreement to proceed in a cycle.

As there are countless emotions involved with this process it is vitally important that you understand your COMMITMENT. After the contract is signed the compensation sum is locked and cannot be changed by you or the recipient.

What is the Legal Process of Egg Donation?

After you are medically cleared by the recipient’s doctor to proceed with egg retrieval the legal process begins.

The egg donation contract is drawn up and you will have a consultation in which you should express any concerns you may have about the contract and make requested changes.

Your attorney will instruct you and help you understand what is expected of you concerning your responsibilities.

When the terms of the contract are finalized, you and the recipient will be required to sign the contract permitting a legal clearance letter is generated by the recipient’s attorney.

Legal Agreement

It is recommended that you and your donor have separate attorneys to advise you during this process. Egg donor agencies may either provide you with a legal agreement or refer you to an attorney who can develop one for you.

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