If you are planning to become a parent through egg donation or seeking to help others form a family by donating your eggs, there are many legal considerations that require the counsel of a trusted attorney.
Are you interested in using donor eggs?
For those who are looking to start or grow their family through the use of donated eggs, Pondel Law provides a full spectrum of legal services including:
- Drafting or reviewing egg donation agreements between the Intended Parent(s) and the Donor
- Reviewing contracts between the Intended Parent(s) and an egg donation agency
- Drafting or reviewing agreements for use of an donor egg in a surrogacy arrangement
- Drafting or providing legal review of egg donation compensation agreements
- Drafting release letters required by agencies for egg donors
- Fund management and timed release of egg donor compensation through a third party escrow account
- Drafting release letters required by physicians assisting in egg donation
- Providing all other related legal services and legal representation that may be needed to help establish legal rights to your baby
Are you interested in donating your eggs?
For those who wish to donate their eggs, Pondel Law provides a full spectrum of legal services including:
- Drafting and/or providing legal review of compensation agreements
- Assistance with negotiating your egg donation agreement including future contact, compensation, medical screening and medical care
- Drafting medical release letters that are required by physicians assisting in egg donation
- Guidance during all phases of the egg donation process from your first visit with your doctor, to the last meeting with the recipients or agency
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.