Having a baby via donor conception, assisted reproduction methods like IVF and IUI, or platonic co-parenting can feel complicated, not to mention emotional.
Significant progress in reproductive science and technology, and the evolution of UK fertility law, mean that there are now more options for starting a family than ever.
Our expert fertility team will be on hand throughout to help you understand the legal considerations, provide the information needed, ensure the necessary documentation is in place, and that legal formalities are complied with so you can focus on what matters most.
Having a child via donor conception, IVF, IUI or surrogacy can introduce unexpected issues that require careful thought and action. Each method of assisted reproduction has its own unique legal considerations, and your legal interests differ depending on whether you are a parent, donor or co-parent. Key issues include:
Consent to storage and use of your egg, sperm, or embryo
Knowing your right to alter arrangements or withdraw consent