C. J. Wilentz Surrogate Mother

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In the matter of the C. J. Wilentz, ruling on the deamination and the fee for artificial insemination were in conflicts with their current law and public policy of that State. Furthermore, that “surrogate” would have the ability to the violation, which could affect the mother, for example besides being illegal, criminal, and potentially degrading to women. Finally, the case granted custody to the natural father, and the evidence introduced were such custody be best interests of the infant, and his final ruling was he avoid both the termination of the surrogate mother’s parental rights and the adoption of the child by the wife and stepparent. Thus restoring the “surrogate” as the mother of the child, and the court also remanded the issue of the natural mother’s visitation rights to the trial court, since the issue addressed below and the record before the court is not sufficient to permit and decided to de novo. Various ethical issues which we see that needed addressing would be the following. The purpose and intent of parties. The agreement is to provide a means for the intended parents to become the parents of a child, which is carried and birthed by the surrogate after the surrogate upon artificially inseminated. Representation and warranties where the intended parents warrant that…show more content…
Full and absolute custody of the child upon birth, notwithstanding any congenital, physical or mental abnormality of the child, and all the decisions concerning the child’s health, in utero and after delivery, shall be made by intended parents. Therefore, it is vital for the medical and psychological evaluations and screening. They must also take into consideration the assumption of medical risks and releases. Furthermore, that all medical procedures have been thoroughly explained to them by the physician, and advised of the risks, including death, which may result from the conduct
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