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Parental Rights & Assisted Reproductive Technology

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More couples than ever are turning to assisted reproductive technology (ART) such as in-vitro fertilization or gestational surrogacy to combat infertility problems in trying to have a family. While this method has helped many become parents, it is not without its complexities and risks. While in theory, custody for a child born through ART… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions About Nevada Surrogacy Agreements

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The wish to start a family is one that is shared by countless people around the country, regardless of biological ability or marital status. Nevada law permits those who fulfill certain legal requirements to have children via gestational surrogacy, and while the process is relatively simple compared to the hurdles established in many other… Read More »

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FAQ On ART: Assisted Reproductive Technology In Nevada

By Kainen Law Group |

In this day and age, it is simply not necessary to be married in order to have children. Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is a term used to describe a number of ways that couples or even single people can have children. While it is more common than it perhaps has ever been, there is… Read More »

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What’s In A Nevada Surrogacy Contract?

By Kainen Law Group |

Nevada has a reputation for being one of the most friendly U.S. states for those looking to investigate assisted reproductive technology (ART). While some states still classify forms of surrogacy as illegal, Nevada is more open, understanding that many couples who badly want children to love may not be able to physically bear them…. Read More »

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The Rights of Surrogates In Nevada

By Kainen Law Group |

Sometimes, couples cannot conceive children on their own, for a variety of reasons. When that occurs, some people turn to surrogacy, contracting to have the surrogate (known as “gestational carriers”) carry a child for the intended parents. The law in Nevada is specific and favorable process for both gestational carriers and prospective parents, especially… Read More »

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