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You: Good thing that Ive been talking about more than just a mistake. You mighte'ev had a good point.
Me: Being stupid leads to mistakes. This is the implied relationship.
This implies that my claim of mistakes being valuable experience relates to your original comment: ""Adults" are just older children who have more confidence with displaying how stupid they really are. So who's gonna control the children?"
Neither. Many contracts include a clause that destroys the embryos upon divorce.
If there is no such clause then one of the plaintiffs must show some exceptional reason. If the court/arbitrator/whatever deems it exceptional, that plaintiff will receive the embryos.
For example, if the man or woman freezes the embryos in preparation for a medical procedure that will cause infertility, then they will usually gain ownership.