Status of participants in the in vitro fertilization program in the context of parental rights and responsibilities


Issue: №2 (62) 2020

Heading: Topical issues of science and law enforcement practice


Keywords: family law; parental rights and responsibilities; in vitro fertilization; establishment of paternity.


The article examines the problem of determining the family legal status of a man participating in the in vitro fertilization program. The author examines the grounds and content, specifics and legal consequences of using this type of assisted reproductive technologies. The conclusion is formulated about the potential expansion of the circle of persons who have parental rights and responsibilities in relation to a child born as a result of the use of these methods.