Janis K. Stocks and Kristine Pogalies Colburn, Partners

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You have decided to something amazing -- to help a family's dreams to come true. Unfortunately, while everyone focuses on the amazing gift that you are providing, you need someone who is making sure that you are protected -- both legally and financially. Despite having the best of intentions, if your interests are not protected in the Contract, you may be inadvertently exposing yourself to significant risks -- especially financial risks.

You have the right to have your own attorney representing you and your interests during the contract negotiation process. Too many women assume that they do not need an attorney -- that the Intended Parents' attorney will protect them. However, the Intended Parents' attorney is representing the Intended Parents -- not you. Also, you have the right to select your own attorney -- not go to one "assigned" to you by an agency or by the Intended Parents.

Contact us today for your introductory complimentary consult.
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