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Mahan & Mahan is here to provide you with the legal representation you need for your Surrogacy, Egg Donation, Sperm Donation, or Embryo Donation arrangement. Our many years of experience in the field of Assisted Reproductive Technology ensure you will have the best representation for the legal processes ahead. We ensure that legal paperwork is done correctly and that legal procedures are properly followed so that you don’t encounter any obstacles during and after your specific arrangement. Client satisfaction is the number-one priority for Mahan & Mahan.
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Recent Post:

Surrogacy Remains a Controversial Issue in Lebanon

From: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2014/Sep-13/270527-surrogacy-not-an-option-in-lebanon.ashx#axzz3DVZBl97O

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BEIRUT: While reproductive technologies are becoming increasingly popular in Lebanon, couples seeking surrogacy arrangements are being forced to look abroad due to religious and legislative barriers, doctors say. Lebanese couples with trouble conceiving a child can visit a range of fertility clinics across the country, including many that specialize in once controversial in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Through IVF procedures, a woman’s eggs are removed from her body and fertilized with her partner’s sperm in a laboratory. The fertilized embryos are then implanted in the woman’s uterus.

But the use of a gestational surrogate – in which the couple’s fertilized eggs are implanted into another woman’s uterus, who then carries the baby to term – remains a controversial issue in Lebanon.

Many countries ban the practice due to fears that it may lead to exploitation, as gestational carriers are sometimes paid hefty sums. In some societies, surrogacy is taboo for religious reasons – as is the case throughout most of Middle East.

Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2014/Sep-13/270527-surrogacy-not-an-option-in-lebanon.ashx#ixzz3DVa3kJov
(The Daily Star :: Lebanon News :: http://www.dailystar.com.lb)


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Paula Mahan

Paula Mahan

"I was part of a small group of legal practitioners who helped merge bold new ideas in Family Law with innovative medical technologies in the treatment of infertility."

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Kevin Mahan

Kevin Mahan

"I had always been predisposed toward helping people solve their problems and a career in law was for me the natural progression of life after Viet Nam."

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