Contractual Nuances of Egg, Sperm, and Embryo Donation

Wednesday, February 28, 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm Pacific via ZOOM

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Earn 1.0 CA CLE Hour. Includes Family Law Specialization.

Meet the Speakers

Debrah Rosenthal

Founder & Lead Attorney

Law Office of Debrah B. Rosenthal, APC

Nikki Wehmeir

Egg Donation Program Director

Carrying Dreams

About the Program

This program will provide a comprehensive understanding of the overarching concepts as well as the nuances of contracts pertaining to egg, sperm, and embryo donation. It will also delve into modern challenges presented by egg, sperm, and embryo donation and steps to prevent or address those problems.

This program is presented by the Family Formation section, chaired by Allie Weinstein. Find out more at

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