Georgia Fertility Law Attorney
Over the course of a century, the family unit has grown and evolved, breaking
away from what society once considered traditional — a married mother
and father with children — to families comprising of two mothers,
two fathers, married or unmarried, with biological or adopted children.
Revolutionary reproductive technology has contributed to the ever-changing
family structure, allowing people to create families with the help of
in vitro fertilization (IVF) and surrogacy. At
The Manely Firm, P.C., we represent Georgia couples seeking surrogates and individuals serving
as surrogates in all fertility issues arising from the planning stages
and surrogacy agreements, throughout pregnancy and post-birth.
Helping IVF Parents and Surrogates Protect Their Rights and Best Interests
Having a child with the help of IVF is a major decision requiring many
important matters to be taken into consideration. Our role at The Manely
Firm, P.C., is to help families anticipate the varying types of questions
that may arise and to find answers early to advert family conflict down the road.
For several years, our Atlanta family law attorneys have been helping couples
having children through surrogacy and people entering into contracts at
IVF clinics to serve as surrogates create agreements and resolve issues
- Parental rights
- Involvement of surrogate mothers
- Sperm donor agreements
- Other surrogacy matters
Working with you,
our team of family law attorneys in Georgia will learn about your situation as
well as your surrogacy and fertility goals. We are committed to helping
you understand how you can protect your rights and best interests through
practical, legally sound agreements.
In addition, The Manely Firm, P.C., also provides aggressive representation
in fertility disputes.
Contact Our Georgia Surrogacy Attorneys
To talk with an attorney at The Manely Firm, P.C., call us toll free at
888-930-9165 for a
free consultation. Our offices are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
Consultations about fertility law issues are free and confidential.