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Attorney Theresa Erickson, Family Formation Law


Email- [email protected]

Phone- 866.759.4994


Theresa M. Erickson is one of the few attorneys in the United States who specializes exclusively in the area of Family Formation Law. During law school she gained a passion for this field. She initially discovered this area of family planning by choosing to become an egg donor for several couples who desperately wanted a child. In doing so, California family planning attorney Theresa M. Erickson helped create numerous children for these families. In addition to her own personal experiences with egg donation, she witnessed a more personal fertility situation - her sister was unable to maintain a successful pregnancy to term. It is through both of these very personal experiences that Theresa M. Erickson's passion developed to become an embryo donation attorney. Theresa M. Erickson's legal practice is dedicated to exclusively provide legal services in the area of creating families and California family planning. Theresa M. Erickson's passion has not gone unnoticed; she is a nationally recognized expert in this specialized and unique area of law. Listed below are the qualifications that have made surrogate law attorney Erickson both experienced and dedicated to helping others. If you are searching through reproductive lawyers and are looking for an attorney with the personal and legal experience necessary to help you through this process, please call our law firm to set up consultation.

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The Surrogacy Lawyer Radio Program:The Challenges of Gamete Donation 

Prospective parents who either have used or are considering using egg, sperm or embryo donation are faced with many challenges about disclosure. Should they disclose to family, friends or medical professionals? Should they tell their children, and if so, how and when? Will disclosure change the relationship with their child? What are the ramifications of either course of action? All of these questions can cause great anxiety and distress among donor parents. On the next episode of The Surrogacy Lawyer: Your Guide to IVF and Third Party Family Building, Theresa Erickson, Esq., will be interviewing one of the leading mental health authorities on gamete donation and disclosure: Patricia Mendell, LCSW. They will discuss the pros and cons of disclosure; how and when to tell children, as well as other individuals; the different challenges of the three types of donation; and other complexities of this important issue.


The Surrogacy Lawyer "The Unbelievable Story of Inconceivable" 

Carolyn and Sean Savage had been trying to expand their family for years. When they underwent an IVF transfer in February 2009, they knew it would be their last chance. If they became pregnant, they would celebrate the baby as an answer to their prayers. If not, they would be grateful for the family they had and leave their fertility struggles behind forever. They never imagined a third option. The pregnancy test was positive, but the clinic had transferred the wrong embryos. Carolyn was pregnant with someone else's baby. In this episode of The Surrogacy Lawyer: Your Guide to IVF and Third Party Family Building, Theresa Erickson, Esq., interviews Carolyn Savage about this life-altering experience, how it tested her and her husband's faith and marriage and what motivated them to write Inconceivable, their account of this unimaginable ordeal.


The Surrogacy Lawyer Radio: National Infertility Awareness Week Special: “Can We Create Infertility Awareness Without Breaking the Silence?”

National Infertility Awareness Week is dedicated to not only raising awareness about the disease and treatment of infertility among those it could potentially affect, but also is an opportunity to bust the myths and misconceptions about it, to gain more respect from the public to recognize it as an emotionally devastating medical condition and to advocate for resources from lawmakers, insurance companies and researchers. All too often, however, infertility patients don’t speak about their condition, including to their closest family members and friends. Some may feel ashamed about not being able to do what they feel everyone else can do naturally. Others are too emotionally devastated or feel infertility is not how they want to be defined. So can a disease so shrouded in secrecy get the respect, research, and funding it deserves if its sufferers don’t speak out?


The Surrogacy Lawyer-Premature Ovarian Failure & the NIAW/PETA Debate with Evelina Weidman Sterling and Keiko Zoll

Misconceptions abound about the range and limits of female fertility. Despite concerted infertility education efforts, both the public and young women almost always are shocked to learn that female fertility starts to decline at age 27. But one to four percent of women under 40 will be faced with the even more shocking diagnosis of premature ovarian failure (POF). POF is a loss of ovarian function occurring at too young an age to be considered natural, although premature, menopause. Not only will these young women potentially lose their reproductive capabilities, but they also are at greater risk for heart disease and osteoporosis. A variety of medical conditions can cause POF, but doctors can not always identify one.

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