Why Freeze Embryos?

Freezing embryos, or cryopreservation, is something couples choose for a variety of reasons. These may be personal life choices or health concerns, and freezing embryos is an option for parents who want to start a family, but aren't at that stage yet.

Legal issues can arise when it comes to frozen embryos, and it is important to have an attorney who is experienced in reproductive law working with you. We assist couples throughout the United States who have legal concerns surrounding frozen embryos.

Freezing embryos is a sensitive topic. We work with clients and are supportive of any choices parents make.

Who Maintains The Rights To Embryos?

One of the biggest concerns when it comes to frozen embryos is what happens to them if a couple breaks up. What will be done with the embryos?

This is a complicated question, which is why it is important to have a lawyer representing you. Options in these cases include:

  • Giving the embryos to one parent

  • Donating for research

  • Donating to another couple

  • Disposal

There is no right or wrong answer for what you should do with your embryos, but each decision has legal repercussions. We can help draft an agreement so you can make the decision that is best for you.

Questions About Frozen Embryos?

We can help you understand the legal implications of this complex topic. For a free consultation, contact us today online or call us in San Antonio at 210-920-9175 to find out how we can help you.