Committed couples who are in marriages not recognized by the State of Texas or who prefer not to enter such marriages face unique obstacles in estate planning and also in life decisions.
Over 60% of parents have not chosen a guardian for their children. If you have not designated a guardian legally and clearly, then you are putting your children at risk of being raised by someone that you don’t trust or that you would never choose.
Texas is one of the few states that allow gestational carriers (surrogates) to be compensated. At the Law Office of Jennifer R. Cochran, we represent surrogates as well as donors and intended parents.
Many couples pursue adoption for many different reasons. Some turn to adoption after battling infertility or health issues, others feel called to expand their family through adoption. But, is adoption right for you?
MyFox Houston published a news story titled Embryo Adoptions Give Some Couples Hope, in which they revealed that there are 600,000 embryos in storage across the country because of in vitro fertilization efforts, or “IVF.”