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California’s New Assisted Reproduction Law (AB 960) & California Statutory Forms for Assisted Reproduction

Beginning January 1, 2016, California will have a new law, AB 960, that better protects families having children through assisted reproduction. The law extends protections to families who conceive through at-home insemination and to unmarried parents. Any prospective parent can start using the forms updated by this law even before January 2016.

California statutes include form language that can be used to show the intentions of parents and donors involved in the conception of a child. Those forms, as modified by AB 960, are included in this publication. This publication also has answers to questions you might have about the new law and how to protect your family if you are considering using assisted reproduction to conceive.


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