Genetics does not make parents. And as an egg donor, I find clarity and comfort in this fact, as most donors do. We don`t want to be parents, we are happy to be donors. Most donors are open to registration as donors in the birth register, but are not listed in the birth certificate. And most of us understand that donors have the right to have access to information about their conception and genetic makeup. For many of us, we have a lasting relationship with parents, and children grow up when they learn their conception from the donor, so this is not a problem. 8. By signing this AGREEMENT, the recipient and the recipient`s partner have agreed to contact the donor with photos and/or texts of one or more of the following events in the child`s life: birthdays, illnesses, marriage, children and other important events. Not all photos received by the donor should be published or shared socially or publicly.

The donor does not want the child to believe that the donor is not interested in the child`s well-being and happiness. Each party therefore acknowledges and agrees that the donor has a legitimate interest in the child evolving in life, but that there is possible contact with the CHILD only through occasional contact with the recipient and the recipient`s partner and at the discretion of the recipient and the recipient`s partner. 2. The donor has agreed to make his semen available to the recipient for artificial insemination. Your co-parenting agreement doesn`t have to be an unusual piece of script with a quote from legal jargon that no one understands. It can be a piece of paper with simple sentences, paragraphs, and lists of things that are important to you as parents-to-be. Your agreement should be clear, concise and signed. 18. Each Party acknowledges and understands that there are legal issues raised by the issues involved in this AGREEMENT that have not been resolved by previous stature or judicial decisions. Regardless of the knowledge that some of the aforementioned clauses cannot be applied in court, the parties decide to conclude this Agreement and to clarify their intention, which existed at the time of the implementation of the artificial insemination procedure by them. 5. Each Party acknowledges and agrees that DONOR has made its semen available for the purposes of such artificial insemination, with the clear understanding that it would not require, solicit or impose guardianship, custody or access rights of children born of the artificial insemination procedure.

Donor further acknowledges that he fully understands that he would have no paternal rights with this child. The donor respects the confidentiality of the recipient, the recipient`s partner and his or her child. The donor will not enter the life of the recipient, the recipient`s partner and his child. The donor will not contact the CHILD directly unless the donor is invited to do so by the RECIPIENT and/or the RECIPIENT`s partner. The donor does not affect the parental obligations and rights of the recipient and the recipient`s partner. If you are a single woman or lesbian couple who are considering using a known sperm donor or entering into a co-parenting agreement, it is advisable to agree on a documented parental agreement with your child`s father prior to conception. 3 Or emotionally responsible for any child resulting from artificial insemination Each Party acknowledges and accepts that the exclusive power to appoint a child resulting from the artificial insemination procedure belongs to each Party and agrees that on the birth certificate of a child born of artificial insemination, No father shall be named Each Party waives and releases all rights that it may be obliged to bring an action in support of each Party`s agreements and agrees that, taking into account the expectations of each party, as mentioned above, the beneficiary has absolute power and power to appoint a guardian for his or her child, and that the mother and guardian may act in his or her sole discretion with respect to all legal financial provisions. . . .