Georgia was one of the first states in the nation to codify an embryo adoption law. Intended parents may adopt an embryo that was unused by the donor after in vitro fertilization. With adoption of a frozen embryo, the adoptive mother has the option of carrying the pregnancy herself and delivering the baby, a baby that will, of course, be genetically unrelated to her.
Debra Finch can assist you with this process to ensure that your embryo adoption is completed in a safe and legal manner. She will explain the process to you, draft legal contracts to ensure that all parental/custodial rights of the genetic family/donors are terminated, and obtain a final parentage order to ensure that the legal parentage of the child is certain and clear.
Embryo donation is an advanced area of adoption law and assisted reproductive technology. You need an experienced adoption attorney like Debra Finch if you are considering this option.