Surrogacy Law and Legal Considerations
May 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
For this webinar we’ll be joined by Emily and Gregg Field of Field Fertility. Field Fertility is a legal business based in Los Angeles representing surrogates, egg donors, embryo donors and intended parents.
In this 45 minute session Emily and Gregg will discuss the top aspects and considerations about surrogacy from a legal perspective. They will provide information on surrogacy laws by state and country, the main parts of a legal contract, surrogate compensation and much more. If you’re considering surrogacy to start your family and have questions regarding the legal aspect, please join us!
About the speakers:
Greggory M. Field, Esq
“As a Reproductive/Fertility Lawyer, I help explain long complicated contracts to egg donors, surrogates and intended parents (IP). I help remove the concern about the legal aspect so that you can focus on your exciting journey in helping create or grow family. As a former IP, having had my daughter via surrogacy, my wife Emily and I are proud to be a part of this community and help others through the journey from a perspective of having been through it ourselves.”
Emily Dubin Field, MBA
“I am a mom thanks to our Reproductive Endocrinologist, IVF, science, our surrogacy agency, our reproductive/fertility attorney and our incredible surrogate and her family. Our fertility experience was rough. After 3 years, we finally got our miracle baby. I am very open about our fertility journey and feel that when you go through something in life then who better than you to do something about it. We now feel that the reason we suffered such a hard journey to baby was so that we could help couples become a family.”
Join this free webinar now! Hurry, we have limited seats available! Register and you will be able to access the replay for this webinar, so even if you can’t attend live, you can still get all the information!
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