Helping Couples Create Their Dream Family
North Dakota leads the nation in assisted reproduction technology (ART). Nilson Brand Law has been at the forefront of this legal area in order to help our clients understand their options. We represent parents and gestational carriers, both locally, nationally, and internationally. We are happy to discuss your concerns and goals.
What You Need To Know
Since many other firms don’t cover this area of the law, we actively research any updates and developments. Whether you are trying to conceive or are considering adoption, we want to help you grow your family. Some people find this is best done with a gestational carrier. This is different than a surrogate in that the woman uses a man’s sperm and a woman’s egg, not her own egg. A gestational carrier agreement is used to clearly expresses terms such as delivery, future contact, and insurance concerns. We can help you create this legal document and make sure everyone is protected.
An important part of this process is establishing parentage. This is used to prove the intended parents are actually related to the child. In doing so, it also relieves the gestational carrier of any rights or responsibilities when it comes to raising the child. This can also be done before the carrier birth, which is known as a pre-birth order. The intended parents will be listed on the birth certificate and, legally, they will have the rights to the child. These guidelines are important to establish, but we know that they can sometimes be emotional. Our team of lawyers will thoroughly explain each part of this process for you.
We Are Here To Help; Call Today
This is still such a new practice area that it’s totally normal to not understand your options. Our family law attorneys are here for you and will fight tirelessly to see you through this. We are known for being hardworking, communicative, and honest. Call our office in Fargo at 701-864-3417 to schedule a consultation today. You can also fill out our contact form online. We serve clients throughout North Dakota, nationally, and internationally.