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Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys in New Hampshire
The field of assisted reproductive technology has grown rapidly over the last few decades, as new procedures have been developed to help infertile couples build their families.
As new technology has developed, many legal questions have been raised to go along with it, including questions of parentage and custody. Attorneys are now specializing in the field of assisted reproduction to help make sure the rights of intended parents are protected. These specialized lawyers are referred to as family building attorneys or assisted reproductive law attorneys.
Finding an Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorney in New Hampshire
There are currently no attorneys in New Hampshire who are members of the American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys.
However, the following attorney is a member of AAARTA who is licensed to practice in New Hampshire:
To find an attorney in New Hampshire who specializes in assisted reproduction law, visit our directory of attorneys.
Surrogacy Agreements in New Hampshire
Surrogacy agreements in New Hampshire are legal, as long as they meet certain conditions. If you are considering beginning the surrogacy process, it is vital you retain the services of a reproductive law attorney.
Your assisted reproductive technology attorney will draw up a surrogacy agreement that will detail custody of the child (remember, in New Hampshire, a surrogate has 72 hours after the child’s birth to change her mind about keeping the child). The contract will also explain details about any payment to the surrogate as well as how the payment will be dispersed.