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Do you need a lawyer for a surrogate in California?

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Answered by: Dolores A. Contreras

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It is highly recommended that all parties involved in a surrogacy matter have independent counsel. This ensures that each party has an advocate when negotiating the terms of the surrogacy contract and reduces any potential misunderstandings later during the pregnancy or birth. Contreras Law Firm can assist you, whether the surrogate mother or intended parents in drafting and negotiating a surrogacy contract as well as finalizing a prebirth judgment with the court.

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