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We represent Intended Parents and Traditional Surrogates by protecting their interests in drafting and negotiating

Traditional Surrogacy Agreements.

A Traditional Surrogate is a woman who uses her own eggs to conceive, with sperm from an Intended Father or a Donor.

A Traditional Surrogate is genetically related to the child.

The Maine Parentage Act Title 19-A §1931 provides that a traditional surrogacy arrangement may only be entered into if the Traditional Surrogate is a family member of an Intended Parent.

Domestic Relations Law in New York as amended

to allow for gestational carrier arrangements

prohibits traditional surrogacy arrangements.

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