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Taylor A. Rolf, Esq.

Taylor A. Rolf, Esq.

Associate Attorney

Taylor A. Rolf, Esq. is an associate attorney at Steven H. Snyder & Associates and IARC Surrogacy with a primary focus in Assisted Reproductive Technology Law. She graduated cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law in 2016 and was admitted to practice law in the State of Minnesota in 2017. Ms. Rolf works primarily in the area of Assisted Reproductive Technology providing in-depth assistance to clients relating to parentage establishment proceedings, contracts, and medical insurance coverage analyses associated with third party family building. Ms. Rolf also practices in other family law areas such as adoption, probate, and estate planning. Areas of Practice 80% Assisted Reproductive Technology Law 10% Adoption 5% Probate 5% Estate Planning Bar Admissions Minnesota, 2017 Education William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota J.D. cum laude - 2016 Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota B.A. magna cum laude - 2013 Professional Associations and Memberships Minnesota State Bar Association, Member, 2017 - Present American Bar Association, Member, 2018 - Present Family Law Committee, 2018 - Present Assisted Reproduction Technologies Committee, 2018 - Present

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    Historically, anonymity in reproductive donation has been the standard that sought to protect against the legal patchwork of laws surrounding parental rights. However, due to the advancements in genealogical technology the ability to remain truly anonymous is becoming eroded, which opens up the possibility of potential claims as un-cauterized relationships remain fluid and dangerous. Thus, the evolution of anonymous reproductive donation has led to the need to create contractual safeguards that help protect the parties involved now that that the anonymity protection is no longer reliable.