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These are happy times for you. You’ve decided to become Mom(s) and build your family with the help of a sperm donor, either known or anonymous. By using a known donor, you’ll already be familiar with his characteristics and personality, and you may also wish to have him involved with your child in a non-parenting role.
There are legal issues to be considered when using a known donor, so you will typically require a Sperm Donor Agreement.
If you’re doing reciprocal IVF, make sure to read the clinic consent forms carefully. Don’t sign anything that doesn’t describe your situation as it truly is.
When you’re ready, let’s have a conversation about what’s best for you.