Choose Embryo Donation As An Affordable Alternative To International Adoption

 

Heterosexual couples with fertility issues, single individuals who have no children but want children, and same-sex couples who cannot have children without assistance of third persons must make tough decisions, if they want to have a family.

In the past, many people went to foreign countries and found unwanted children to adopt from orphanages throughout the world. This is an admirable and positive choice which benefits these children and the parents who wish to raise them.

However, throughout the years it has become more and more complicated for American families and individuals to adopt abroad. Many of the foreign government who in the past had been open to allowing these adoptions have either stopped international adoptions altogether or made the process so limited and restricted so that only the richest couples with connections in both the United States and the foreign government can manage the process. Even these individuals face risks and pitfalls when foreign governments change or the laws in these countries change while the process is ongoing.

Our own government has made it harder for people to get approved to adopt orphans or relatives from abroad.

Many countries have Marital Status Restrictions (No singles) policies against same-sex partners, age requirements, and strict background checks. It is also a lengthy process which does not always result in a positive outcome.

As science and technology improve, our country offers a reasonable, affordable, and non-discriminatory alternative. In-Vitro Fertilization techniques continue to improve, and more and more embryos are being created through this scientific procedure.

What happens to the additional unused embryos that are formed by In-Vitro Fertilization?

These embryos are the property of the couples who formed them through artificial insemination. There are three choices for these people in deciding what to do with their excess embryos.

First, these embryos can be discarded or destroyed. Second, the embryos can be donated to science and used in stem cell research. (Ultimately Destroyed). Third, the embryos can be placed in cryopreserved freeze and used to be implanted in the couple who donated them or another recipient couple or individual who can purchase the embryos through an embryo donation contract.

The third choice is becoming more common and ultimately results in a match for these embryos either anonymously or on an open basis depending upon the requests of the donors and recipients.

Embryo donation is not discriminatory and allows anyone either married, single same sex, or any race or religion to have an opportunity to have a family.

The process of embryo donation requires an application and matching to the donors for recipients. There is no cost at this part of the process. Once a match is made, the individuals or couple meet with the embryologist to determine and examine the best matches and to check on the ability for implantations.

This process is contractual and will likely require an attorney for both the donors and recipients.

Once the contract is executed and a successful implantation of an embryo then the mother or surrogate gives birth to the couple or individuals’ child.

The process is approximately one-third the cost of international adoption and is affordable to most Americans.

There are no jurisdictional restrictions because the donor/recipient contract is an agreement which can be executed by anyone throughout the United States of America or in the world.

There is no discrimination involved, because there is a matching process that allows all groups to be recipients.

If you are a couple or individual with limited means but wish to start a family please contact attorney Kenneth M. Kaplan Esquire to Discuss Embryo Donation and Embryo Recipient possibilities.

Do not miss the opportunity to have a family and enjoy the American Dream.

Heterosexual couples with fertility issues, single individuals who have no children but want children, and same-sex couples who cannot have children without assistance of third persons must make tough decisions, if they want to have a family.

In the past, many people went to foreign countries and found unwanted children to adopt from orphanages throughout the world. This is an admirable and positive choice which benefits these children and the parents who wish to raise them.

However, throughout the years it has become more and more complicated for American families and individuals to adopt abroad. Many of the foreign government who in the past had been open to allowing these adoptions have either stopped international adoptions altogether or made the process so limited and restricted so that only the richest couples with connections in both the United States and the foreign government can manage the process. Even these individuals face risks and pitfalls when foreign governments change or the laws in these countries change while the process is ongoing.

Our own government has made it harder for people to get approved to adopt orphans or relatives from abroad.

Many countries have Marital Status Restrictions (No singles) policies against same-sex partners, age requirements, and strict background checks. It is also a lengthy process which does not always result in a positive outcome.

As science and technology improve, our country offers a reasonable, affordable, and non-discriminatory alternative. In-Vitro Fertilization techniques continue to improve, and more and more embryos are being created through this scientific procedure.

What happens to the additional unused embryos that are formed by In-Vitro Fertilization?

These embryos are the property of the couples who formed them through artificial insemination. There are three choices for these people in deciding what to do with their excess embryos.

First, these embryos can be discarded or destroyed. Second, the embryos can be donated to science and used in stem cell research. (Ultimately Destroyed). Third, the embryos can be placed in cryopreserved freeze and used to be implanted in the couple who donated them or another recipient couple or individual who can purchase the embryos through an embryo donation contract.

The third choice is becoming more common and ultimately results in a match for these embryos either anonymously or on an open basis depending upon the requests of the donors and recipients.

Embryo donation is not discriminatory and allows anyone either married, single same sex, or any race or religion to have an opportunity to have a family.

The process of embryo donation requires an application and matching to the donors for recipients. There is no cost at this part of the process. Once a match is made, the individuals or couple meet with the embryologist to determine and examine the best matches and to check on the ability for implantations.

This process is contractual and will likely require an attorney for both the donors and recipients.

Once the contract is executed and a successful implantation of an embryo then the mother or surrogate gives birth to the couple or individuals’ child.

The process is approximately one-third the cost of international adoption and is affordable to most Americans.

There are no jurisdictional restrictions because the donor/recipient contract is an agreement which can be executed by anyone throughout the United States of America or in the world.

There is no discrimination involved, because there is a matching process that allows all groups to be recipients.

If you are a couple or individual with limited means but wish to start a family please contact attorney Kenneth M. Kaplan Esquire to Discuss Embryo Donation and Embryo Recipient possibilities.

Do not miss the opportunity to have a family and enjoy the American Dream.