Unique storage options for unique life circumstances.
Every patient has a unique story, and each patient’s wishes are deeply personal, often guided by family circumstances, moral beliefs, and future plans. There are many decisions fertility patients must make regarding the maintenance and disposition of their precious cryopreserved genetic material. Medical clinics and cryobanks are able to address general disposition options using consent forms, but it is difficult to tailor their forms to the specific long term wishes of each client.
Long Term Storage for Frozen Embryos
You’ve completed your family building journey, but your remaining embryos are very important to you. Cryobank contracts can help you address maintenance during your lifetime, but can only offer limited options at death: donate or dispose. By establishing a fertility trust which survives death, you are able to extend the preservation of your embryos, as well as fund the trust to pay storage fees for as long as you specify. Long term storage requires long term considerations. Planning for the future of your embryos is what we do best.
Voluntary Preservation of Eggs and Sperm
You’ve decided to preserve your eggs or sperm for future use. There are many scenarios to consider regarding the term of storage, possible donation of unused gametes, and preservation for future generations. Additionally, there may be certain restrictions on the use of your eggs and sperm which must be in writing to be deemed enforceable. We can help you evaluate all of your options.