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17 May, 2018
At Brilliant Beginnings and NGA Law we meet intended parents every day whose decision is not whether to pursue surrogacy, but how. Surrogacy in the UK is possible, but for many there are too many legal uncertainties, and they may need to wait longer than they would want to complete their family. If you decide to go to the US instead, your agency, clinic and US attorney are the building blocks of a successful surrogacy journey. We are excited to welcome experts from US surrogacy agencies,...
14 May, 2018
A parental order is the UK legal solution for surrogacy; it is a post-birth court order which makes the intended parents the legal parents of their child and permanently extinguishes the status of the surrogate and her spouse. Parents through surrogacy who want to be the legal parents of their child in the UK need one, wherever they live and whether their child is born in the UK or overseas. To obtain a parental order, the intended parents must satisfy the family court that they meet the crit...
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Born after your parents’ death: how technology is changing fertility rights
- New Statesman, 12 April 2018
BBC Woman’s Hour on the new surrogacy guidance
- BBC Radio 4, 28 March 2018
BBC Radio 5 Surrogacy with Dustin Lance Black
- BBC Radio 5, 27 March 2018
Would you use a surrogate to have your baby, like Kim and Kanye?
- Marie Claire, 17 January 2018