Adoption and Surrogacy Broadcasts

Quinn Law Centers Adoption and Surrogacy Broadcasts

Legal Brief – Choosing Between Assisted Reproduction and Adoption

On this radio show sponsored by Creating a Family, Colleen Quinn, owner of the Adoption & Surrogacy Law Center at Locke & Quinn, joins host Dawn Davenport and Andrea Braverman, a therapist specializing infertility and alternative family building, to talk about “Choosing between Assisted Reproduction and Adoption.” For patients who have not been successful with IVF, the next decision many infertility patients face is whether they should move to third Read More

Legal Brief – Surrogacy Law

In this radio clip, attorney Colleen Quinn talks about the legal aspects of surrogacy. Quinn is the current President of the American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys and is recognized as an expert in surrogacy law. Quinn answers questions about how to choose a surrogate, what type of screening surrogates should receive and the typical cost of surrogacy to the intended parents. She also details the difference between a Read More

Legal Brief – Adoption Law

In this radio clip, attorney Colleen Quinn discusses adoption law and details the process of adopting a child. As President of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys, Quinn is an expert in adoption law. Quinn answers questions regarding how one starts the adoption process, the differences between adopting domestically and internationally, and the average length and cost of the adoption process. However, Quinn isn’t just focused on parents adopting in Read More

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Legal Brief – Choosing Between Assisted Reproduction and Adoption


On this radio show sponsored by Creating a Family, Colleen Quinn, owner of the Adoption & Surrogacy Law Center at Locke & Quinn, joins host Dawn Davenport and Andrea Braverman, a therapist specializing infertility and alternative family building, to talk about “Choosing between Assisted Reproduction and Adoption.” For patients who have not been successful with IVF, the next decision many infertility patients face is whether they should move to third party reproduction (donor sperm, donor egg, embryo donation (or embryo adoption), or surrogacy) or should they move to adoption. Quinn addresses many of the legal aspects entailed in making these choices.

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Legal Brief – Surrogacy Law


In this radio clip, attorney Colleen Quinn talks about the legal aspects of surrogacy. Quinn is the current President of the American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys and is recognized as an expert in surrogacy law. Quinn answers questions about how to choose a surrogate, what type of screening surrogates should receive and the typical cost of surrogacy to the intended parents. She also details the difference between a surrogate being a compassionate carrier versus an arms-length carrier, and how that changes the costs of surrogacy. Lastly, Quinn details the legal rules of surrogacy including which states don’t allow surrogacy (this one may surprise you) and the legal rights over the child while it’s being carried by the surrogate.

Legal Brief – Adoption Law


In this radio clip, attorney Colleen Quinn discusses adoption law and details the process of adopting a child. As President of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys, Quinn is an expert in adoption law. Quinn answers questions regarding how one starts the adoption process, the differences between adopting domestically and internationally, and the average length and cost of the adoption process. However, Quinn isn’t just focused on parents adopting in this segment, she also discusses birth parents rights, including the rights of birth fathers, and how a placing parent would go about placing their child for adoption. Lastly, Quinn’s years of experience have led to many heartwarming or funny anecdotes which she shares in this radio clip.

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