First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in a baby carriage ~ Nursery Rhyme Before we can even read and write, we hear that simple rhyme that tells us how life is supposed to unfold (and it certainly doesn’t mention surrogacy.) Then, life doesn’t follow directions. Single women and men are left with
Join Leslie Schreiber, Reproductive Lawyer for Modern Family Solutions & Ana Delia Benito, Maternity and Fitness Trainer - Thursday, May 11 from 7:30 P.M - 9:00 P.M. For Men and Women: Go from Thinking About A Family to Conceiving A Family Join Us in Our FREE Introductory Workshop. Learn More About: Empowering Your Choices-- Knowledge is Power
Once upon a time not so very long ago, having children using a surrogate was a reproductive option on the fringes… a strange, new frontier where would-be parents hired a stranger to carry their child for them. Today, surrogacy has gone mainstream, as evidenced by the long list of celebrities who’ve openly chosen surrogacy to
Leslie was honored to present her topic Single Intended Parents: It Takes Two To Tango...Or, Does It? -- at the ABA Family Law Conference to the reproductive law committee. Leslie discussed the sociological implications of this growing group of intended parents and how they can become parents in an often unfriendly legal environment. To find
Employer Family Policies: How Does the U.S. Measure Up & Other Revolutionary Workplace Benefits Discussion Led By: Leslie Schreiber, Attorney, Leslie Schreiber P.A. Dr. Joelle Taylor, Assistant Medical Director, Fertility & IVF Center of Miami During this TCI Talk we will hear from the experts on employer family policies and how the U.S. measures up
Leslie lectured at Miami's Beth Am Chick chat on the subject of: Fertility Awareness and Choices for Conception. Leslie advocates the idea that fertility awareness = empowered decisions about family planning. Why do we have such limited knowledge of how are bodies work and why do we give up our "power" to make good choices
Leslie co-sponsored Kosher Conception conference in Miami at Temple Judea. The distinguished panel discussed the intersection of law, medicine, religion and assisted reproductive technologies. If you are jewish and need the help of an infertility specialist for egg, sperm or embryo donation, you may want to know if your resulting children will be considered Jewish.
Leslie discussed the day-in-the-life of a reproductive attorney. She provided a brief overview of the interplay of international, federal and state laws in the assisted reproduction field and discussed a Florida specific analysis of (a) who are your clients, gamete donors or intended parent(s) (b) understanding how a client's medical status impacts representation; (b) legal