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25 Apr, 2018
The University of Manchester are launching a new research study to explore the social implications of donating sperm or eggs and the effects their decision to donate has on their everyday lives and relationships. Dr Leah Gilman and Dr Petra Nordqvist (Sociology, University of Manchester) would like you to get in touch and participate in their study if you have donated sperm or eggs in the past, are a partner or parent of someone who has donated their sperm or eggs, or you are a counsellor wor...
23 Apr, 2018
We are delighted to announce that Sue Breen has joined our team as a senior solicitor. Sue qualified in 1991 and is based in our London office. Sue qualified in Manchester and spent many years practising in the area of child protection representing children and parents. Sue specialises in all aspects of family law including divorce, civil partnership dissolution, separation and financial matters. She has acted for high net worth individuals, both married and unmarried. She has expertise in al...
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Would you use a surrogate to have your baby, like Kim and Kanye?
- Marie Claire, 17 January 2018
Outdated surrogacy laws being overhauled amid warnings over risks for couples going overseas
- The Independent, 14 December 2017
Single people allowed to become legal parents of surrogate-born children for the first time
- The Independent, 1 December 2017
What is surrogacy? Everything you need to know
- Elle Magazine, 2 November 2017