Part I of this Note provides some background on the current frameworks being used by courts in dual-progenitor disputes, while Part II presents the only two cases to deal with sole-genetic progenitor disputes and details how the courts conducted their analyses. Part III explains how courts establish legal parentage and how these legal parentage standards apply to frozen embryo disputes, specifically ones that involve only one genetic progenitor. Part IV proposes a new genetic framework to assist in the resolution of these issues. This Note concludes with a recommendation for future legislative intervention to aid in the widespread and uniform resolution of these types of disputes.
Carinne Jaeger, Yours, Mine, or Ours: Resolving Frozen Embryo Disputes Through Genetics, 40 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 1141 (2017).