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Sofia Vergara And Nick Loeb Pushing The Envelope In Embryo Lawsuit

Sofia Vergara And Nick Loeb embryo lawsuitThe moment the lawsuit started, it was ugly. Sofia Vergara and Nick Loeb have moved well past ugly into unchartered territory in their courtroom battle that addresses views about life itself.

As we wrote after the case began, Vergara and Loeb’s disagreement teaches an important lessons for anyone considering IVF or other mean of assisted reproductive technology. But there’s a greater lesson now. When the courtroom is the backdrop for a relationship of love turned to hate, things can rapidly spiral out of control.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard provided a good example recently. But even they — despite dramatic accusations of spousal abuse, infidelity, blackmail, and more — found a way to put their differences aside, reach a settlement, and end the fighting. Vergara and Loeb don’t appear to be heading down the same path.

Neither is willing to blink about what should happen to the two frozen embryos that they had created while together as a couple. At the time, Vergara and Loeb tried to use In Vitro Read more...

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Sofia Vergara Lawsuit Teaches Lesson For Couples Using IVF

It began with an anonymous court filing pitting “John Doe” against “Jane Doe.”  It didn’t take long for Jane and John to be identified publicly as Modern Family‘s Sofia Vergara and creator of the Onion Crunch, Nick Loeb.  Formerly engaged to be married, the ex-couple now is heading to court battling against each other over what could be a drawn-out debate involving the fundamental question:  When does life begin?  Sofia Vergara Lawsuit

Loeb’s attorney vows that he is committed to the battle, which may become “the first test case for Pro-Parenthood.”  Vergara seeks to defend her honor and wants nothing more to do with her ex.  Her lawyer said Loeb’s claims are “uncredible and hold no merit.”

What’s at stake?  Control over two female frozen embryos, held in a Beverly Hills fertility center.  When Sofia Vergara and Nick Loeb were engaged, they decided to use in vitro fertilization and a gestational surrogate to have a baby.  Their first efforts failed when two prior embryos did not successfully implant in the Read more...

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