Legal aspects of donor insemination
There are legal implications of donor insemination, the main one being that of donor rights and the unborn child. In most countries including the UK the donor gives up any rights over the unborn child. This is reassuring for prospective parents as it removes any potential disputes in the future. Many countries do allow a child conceived via fertility treatment to find out who their ‘real’ father is once they reach 18.
Donor insemination Guide Index:
- Donor Insemination - Intro
- How successful is donor insemination?
- What does the donor insemination procedure involve?
- Legal aspects of donor insemination
- Lesbian couples and donor insemination
- The risks of donor insemination
- Infertility Guide
- what is infertility?
- infertility myths
- infertility facts
- female infertility
- medical conditions
- emotional aspects of infertility
- donor insemination
- infertility and your general practitioner
- fertility success rates
- fertility treatment abroad
- infertility tests
- infertility treatment
- infertility faqs
- the cost of infertility tests and treatment
- ivf (in vitro fertilisation) and gift (gamete intra fallopian transfer)
- finding a fertility clinic
- male infertility
- pregnancy tests
- Fertility Extension