7. DONOR will complete an appropriate consultation by a fertility clinic prior to insemination. Donor is therefore mentally and emotionally prepared to be a successful donor without engaging in the lives of children. 5 The donor also understands that his declarations of waiver prohibit any act on his part because of custody, guardianship or visit in future situations, including the case of a disability of RECIPIENT or each party, and understands that any future contact that the donor may have with any child resulting from the artificial collection procedure does not alter the effect of this agreement. Such contact is left to the discretion of the RECIPIENT and/or the designated guardian, and will be consistent with the intention of both parties to separate all parental rights and responsibilities from the respective alliances, and accepts that all disputes that arise between them are subject to mandatory arbitration according to the following procedures: 1. When a lesbian couple enters into a co-education agreement with a sperm donor and they are married or alive, they must both be on the birth certificate, since they automatically share responsibility for the education. If they are not married, they can register the sperm donor on the birth certificate. In this way, it would transfer parental responsibility to the sperm donor. 21. This ACCORD contains all the understanding of the parties.
There are no commitments, agreements, agreements or assurances between the parties that are not expressly stated in this ACCORD. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties to this convention have executed this ACCORD: RECIPIENT`S SIGNATURE: Print Name: Date: Your co-parenting agreement should not be just any piece of chic scenario with a load of legal jargon that no one understands. It can be a sheet of paper with simple sentences, paragraphs and lists of things that are important to you as future parents. Your approval should be clear, concise and signed. Over the past ten years, there have been cases where randomly known sperm donor agreements between women and their donors have been identified, pre-conception agreements have been discussed, but nothing has been documented. In this situation, a court must deliberate between two versions of reports on the discussions that took place and what appears to have been agreed upon. The best interests of the child in such a situation would be at the forefront of the Court`s decision. 5. Each party acknowledges and accepts that DONOR has made its sperm available for the purpose of this artificial insemination, clearly understanding that it would not require, demand or force the rights of guardianship, custody or visitation of children born of the artificial insemination procedure.