Apr 092010
 April 9, 2010  Posted by  Court

Two couples in Missouri and California that had hoped to share frozen embryos to create an unusual extended family, instead traded lawsuits Thursday in a legal battle that tests the bounds of child custody law.

Both couples are suing the other for control of two frozen embryos currently stored in a California fertility clinic.

Their dispute raises ethical questions over the definition of family relationships and even the word that should be used for the transfer of embryos -adoption or donation.

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