About Us

LORI MEYERS and MILENA O’HARA have experience handling hundreds of surrogacy and egg donor matters, involving a variety of genetic arrangements, agencies and medical facilities. Today’s technology has advanced to an extremely high level, with success rates higher and more encouraging than ever. Our expertise with respect to the intricate nature of in vitro fertilization, artificial insemination, donor egg and sperm, and embryo adoption technologies has been relied upon by countless couples to understand their legal rights and obligation as medical procedures begin. A major factor in the success of reproductive law arrangements is a strong legal contract outlining these legal rights so that all parties can rely on each others’ commitments and parental rights may be finalized well in advance of the birth of a child. It is important to us that all parties feel positive about the agreements they sign and the babies they are working hard to create.

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Lori S. Meyers

LORI S. MEYERS is a California attorney with 18 years experience in third party reproductive law. Lori first researched the area of surrogacy and reproductive law for a close friend in 1995 and never left the field. She believes in maintaining close contact throughout the process of the arrangement, and works hard to build relationships with her clients so that all legal aspects are completed with confidence. Lori has built a strong reputation for creating open, trusting relationships with her clients.

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Milena D. O’Hara

MILENA D. O’HARA is a California attorney who joined Lori on surrogacy and egg donation arrangements in 1997. Milena feels that organized planning and structure is the basis for a stress-free arrangement. Milena has extensive experience working with international clients, and speaks fluent French. Milena feels strongly in securing every legal right for her clients, while respecting the non-adversarial nature of these relationships.

As a team, Lori and Milena work closely with clients all over the world, whether Intended Parents, Surrogates or the Donors, to ensure all aspects of the arrangements have been addressed prior to the start of any given cycle and the long-awaited delivery of their child.

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