Erin Lepine explains the purpose of a legal agreement with a surrogate or egg/sperm donor. In Ontario, it is required to have a signed legal agreement that defines parentage for children born in a surrogacy arrangement done beofre the child is concieved. The agreement addresses all potential scnearios that can occur throughout the surrogacy and ensure everybody is on the same page.

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