Sperm donor contracts
Many women will use a sperm donor artificial insemination to have a child. There can be two types of sperm donors; 1 an anonymous donor; or 2 a donor that you know. If an anonymous donor is used, then there usually does not need to be a sperm donor agreement or the sperm bank will provide a general release form. However, if your sperm donor is someone that you know, then it is extremely important to have a Sperm Donor Agreement. A Sperm Donor Agreement is a contract between you and the person who is donating their sperm.
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Known sperm donors may or may not have parental rights and obligations , depending on the legal steps taken up to the signing of the sperm donor contract. When a known sperm donor is used for conception, it is important that each party consults their own attorney to draft an agreement that defines the rights of everyone involved in relation to the future child. The legal standing of the known donor may often depend on how the child was conceived. It is strongly advised that insemination take place in a medical facility rather than at home. If any legal issues arise, having a doctor as a witness, rather than approaching the court with a claim that involves at-home insemination, will hold more credence than anything else.
When a person finds a donor through a sperm bank, they do not need a donor agreement. Typically called an unknown or known donor, they will have signed an agreement with the sperm bank and surrendered any parental rights in the process. As a result, there should not be much concern that this individual may later change their mind and try to claim that they are the parent and deserve visitation or even custody of the child. Even if the donor does, there is little chance they will have any legal ground to stand on. In contrast, when someone wishes to become pregnant through a known donor, such as a friend or an acquaintance, there is a greater risk that the donor may later claim a parental relationship to the child.
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