03 Oct, 2014

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Court unlocks ‘nonsensical’ law for surrogacy parents who miss six month deadline to secure parental status

Until now, intended parents could only apply to become legal parents within six months of the birth of their child.  But in a key ruling today, the President of the High Court

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22 Aug, 2014

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Baby Gammy case sparks debate about surrogacy law reform

We have been busy over the last few weeks speaking to the media about the baby Gammy case and why surrogacy law needs to be brought up to date.  Amidst a

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17 Nov, 2013

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UK parents expecting four ‘twiblings’ through surrogacy in India

The BBC has reported a surrogacy case (‘The couple having four babies through two surrogates’) involving a British couple who are anticipating the birth of four babies through surrogacy – two sets

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15 Mar, 2013

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International surrogacy – UK High Court judge awards parenthood to non-British gay dads

The decision in Re A & B (Parental Order: Domicile) represents another landmark ruling for NGA – a parental order having been granted to a non-British gay couple following the

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22 Jan, 2013

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Indian surrogacy reforms – what’s the latest for gay dads and others?

There has been press coverage over the past couple of days about the new Indian surrogacy laws blocking gay dads from accessing surrogacy in India. It is an issue which

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03 Oct, 2012

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International surrogacy – judge awards parenthood to gay dads after Indian surrogate ‘disappears’

The Telegraph and Daily Mail have today reported the international surrogacy case of D and L (surrogacy) 2012. The case marks a legal first: the court agreeing to make a

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07 Jun, 2012

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Bionews article by Natalie – The Indian surrogacy industry and why we need to reform UK surrogacy law

By Natalie Gamble.  This article was first published in Bionews on 6 June 2012 and is reproduced by kind permission of the Progress Educational Trust.  PET is a wonderful charity

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29 May, 2012

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Indian surrogacy for British parents – what’s the law?

Following prominent Indian surrogacy stories in the Telegraph and Evening Standard, Natalie was interviewed on BBC Radio this afternoon to explain the law. In the absence of regulation, a commercial surrogacy industry in

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20 Feb, 2012

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Family Law journal on international surrogacy law

We were really pleased to be asked to write an article for UK journal Family Law following Natalie and Helen’s participation in the American Bar Association conference in Las Vegas late

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