August 31, 2018

The ‘ethical conundrum’ of embryo ownership

The ‘ethical conundrum’ of embryo ownership

Issues around who gets an embryo in a divorce are only going to become more prevalent, Toronto family lawyer Jennifer Samara Shuber tells

“The use of assisted reproductive technologies like in-vitro fertilization is quite common,” says Shuber, a lawyer with Beard Winter LLP. “As a result, there is storage of embryos and genetic materials and some of those couples are going to break up.”

By Kirsten McMahon, Associate Editor |
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