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Drafting Surrogacy Contracts



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Description: Minimize Disputes and Ensure Enforceability

Surrogacy is the fastest growing area of family law, and knowing the latest case law and key drafting provisions of surrogacy contracts is invaluable for a family law practitioner today. This focused legal briefing will go over the state of surrogacy laws around the country and will give you the tools you'll need to draft enforceable surrogacy contracts that anticipate future problems and minimize disputes. Register today!

Learn how traditional and gestational surrogacy is distinguished in the eyes of the law.
Find out how the jurisdiction will affect the enforceability of the surrogacy contract.
Clarify the duties and rights of both the surrogate and the intended parents to prevent disputes.

Who Should Attend
This cutting-edge legal briefing is designed for attorneys. It will also benefit adoption agency professionals, social workers and paralegals.

Course Content
Types of Surrogacy: Traditional vs. Gestational
Surrogacy-Friendly Jurisdictions: The Latest Case Law from Around the United States
Key Contract Provisions
When Things Go Wrong
Enforceability of Surrogacy Agreement
International Surrogacy Considerations


Practice Areas: Business Organizations & Contracts, Contracts, Family Law
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 03/29/2016
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 34 Minutes
Online Format: On Demand

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Accreditation:
CEU, GA, HI, NH, NY-EXPER
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Total Credits: 1.5
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Status: Accredited
Expiration: N/A
Training Type: Distance Learning

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Speakers:
Colleen M. Quinn - Cantor Arkema, P.C.
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