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6 Feb, 2018
Usually, one of the first things parents think of if they are considering separating is how arrangements for their children will be managed. If your children were born through surrogacy, there may be additional emotional or legal worries. You may be thinking: What legal rights do I have if we split up? Am I in a worse position than my partner if I am not a biological parent? What is my legal position as a same-sex parent? Under UK law, parents through surrogacy are not immediately recognised...
21 Dec, 2017
Court of Appeal rules in favour of transgender parent previously denied any contact with her children
The Court of Appeal yesterday overturned a High Court decision that a transgender woman whose children were being raised in an ultra-orthodox Jewish community should have no direct contact with them. In an undoubtedly unusual and difficult case, Mr Justice Jackson had previously ruled that J, the children's father, should have no direct contact with her five children, then aged between 2 and 12, after she left the ultra-orthodox Charedi community in which the children were being raised in order...
RT @BrillBeginnings: Don’t miss Helen talking at Families Thru Surrogacy in London today on how surrogacy agreements work via non profit or…
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The wish to be parents is a natural part of being a human - no different however your family is created. And parent… https://t.co/a0PyPMlIVG
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- 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Outdated surrogacy laws being overhauled amid warnings over risks for couples going overseas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
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- Elle Magazine, 2 November 2017