The field of assisted reproductive technology or ART is advancing rapidly and the use of in vitro fertilization is among the procedures becoming more and more common.
Each scientific innovation brings new legal, ethical and policy questions, one of which is, “What do we do with the hundreds of thousands of frozen embryos that haven’t been transferred to women for gestation, particularly in cases of dissolution of marriage?” in vitro fertilization is an issue that all Family Law attorneys need to be familiar with to stay current with the new scientific and medical advances and how they affect family law and custody.
Family law Attorney Gary Schlesinger is well-versed on the topic of frozen embryos with regard to Illinois dissolution of marriage and has published an article containing valuable information for individuals embroiled in a dispute and legal professionals new to the subject.
Contact an Illinois Frozen Embryo Custody Dispute Lawyer
We invite you to read Gary’s article entitled “Frozen Embryos in Dissolution Cases” for important information on this subject. Please contact Schlesinger & Strauss, LLC if you have questions or concerns regarding Frozen Embryos in an Illinois divorce settlement case. Call us at 847-680-4970 to schedule a free and confidential consultation.