Dealing with infertility can be one of the most difficult journeys people face in life. The medical issues can be frightening and confusing. So can the legal issues.
Eileen Coe lived her own personal fertility journey. The experience taught her that professionalism and compassion are essential to representing clients that are dealing with infertility. Now blessed with two children, she is committed to assisting those that need help navigating adoption and artificial technology issues.
We strongly recommend hiring an attorney with knowledge in these areas. The law is constantly evolving and it is critical that these matters are handled by an experienced attorney. If not done properly, the result could be returning the child in an adoption matter. Additionally, egg and embryo donation matters require documentation of the intent of the parties. If after the fact, an egg donor should seek parental rights, the written agreement between the parties will be the first thing considered by the courts.
Eileen focuses her entire practice on the areas below. This enables her to put her full efforts into each case, assisting clients in building their families.
Licensed since 1993
|FL||Member in Good Standing||1998||08/12/2015|
|Of Counsel||Frank Family Law Practice||2013 - Present|
|University of Denver Sturm College of Law||N/A||law||N/A|