The attorneys in our Assisted Reproductive Technology practice work with IVF clinics, donor and surrogacy agencies, intended parents, and donors to provide advice and draft agreements relating to IVF, gamete (egg and sperm) donation, embryo donation, and gestational surrogacy. Our attorneys represent all types of families in these endeavors, including gay and lesbian parents and parents who do not live in the United States. The process typically begins with extensive discussions to discover and define the client’s needs, goals, and any unique issues they may face. Guided by that information, we recommend contractual provisions crafted to meet their needs and achieve their goals. Our attorneys bring sensitivity and personal experience with assisted reproductive technology to the process, as well as the know-how to find solutions appropriate to each client’s particular circumstances.