Family Formation Blog

Will I Be a Parent if I Donate my Genetic Material?

State laws vary regarding egg, embryo or sperm donor rights and responsibilities. The best interests of the child are made the priority in any legal determination. In order to best answer this common question, let's consider examples of each situation individually.

What Is the Difference Between Traditional and Gestational Surrogacy?

Surrogacy is a type of assisted reproductive technology (ART) that requires a woman who is not the intended mother to carry a pregnancy to term, give birth to the child, and then give that child to its intended parents. Although every surrogate pregnancy requires someone to...

“I believe in working with each of my clients—in support of their family dynamic—to make the dreams of parenthood a reality. Whether you are single or married; or gay; a step-parent, a surrogate or intended parent or a child of adoption, it is my mission to serve as your advocate. With a dedication to the ethical and sensitive nature of each situation, I will help you understand the laws within Maryland or Washington, DC for adoption or surrogacy, and pledge to be your partner throughout the journey.” - Jennifer Fairfax