A known sperm donor agreement (“KspDA”) is used when prospective parents want to make an agreement with a person known to them for sperm donation services. Sperm donation helps parents conceive in any case where the male partner is infertile or among same-sex female couples.
Family Formation Blog
Tuesday, December 20 2022 - 1:48PM
Are you considering pregnancy with help from a sperm donor you know?This can be one of the simplest and most affordable options to assist you in growing your family. With a known sperm donor, you do not need to pay fees associated with donor matching to a fertility clinic or...
Wednesday, December 15 2021 - 2:30PM
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.
Wednesday, December 26 2018 - 9:05AM
Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is an exciting field, both for those who can benefit and those who can contribute genetic material. If you’re considering contributing by providing an embryo, an egg, or sperm, you may be wondering if you’ll be compensated for your time....
Tuesday, November 20 2018 - 8:26AM