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The actress Sophia Vergera decided with her then fiancé to create and freeze embryos so they could later have children together. This would allow them to pursue their professional careers while preserving their ability to have a family when ready. Typically more and more career-minded couples are waiting to have children later in life.
A “frozen embryo trust” makes sure a family’s genetic property is kept safe and protected until the right time. Thus, just as most estate planners now ask couples whether they’ve signed any prenuptial agreements, they now increasingly ask whether they have frozen reproductive material and what they plan to do with it after they die.
An essential new report, “Why the Family Needs a Frozen Embryo Trust,” covers in detail the reasons why and procedures for a frozen embryo trust. It is yours without cost.