21 Oct, 2016

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Don’t miss your chance to tell the Law Commission why they should review UK surrogacy law

The Law Commission (the UK’s independent body which reviews out of date laws and recommends whether and how they should be reformed) is considering whether to review UK surrogacy law

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20 Sep, 2016

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Planning for death when you’re making life – why you should make a will if you’re conceiving through assisted reproduction

The ugly fallout which results from the lack of a Will was made public earlier this year following the dispute between Prince’s surviving siblings after it was discovered that he

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01 Jul, 2016

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High Court rules baby should stay with surrogate after ‘Facebook’ surrogacy arrangement ends in bitter dispute

High Court judge Ms Justice Russell has ruled that a baby boy should remain living with the gestational surrogate who carried him, after a UK surrogacy arrangement went badly wrong. 

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08 Jun, 2016

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NGA wins Solicitors’ Journal award

We were thrilled to win recognition at the Solicitors’ Journal Awards last week, at a black tie ceremony hosted by Andrew Marr in Covent Garden. The awards recognised the year’s

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20 May, 2016

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UK’s top family judge declares that UK law should give single parents through surrogacy the same rights as couples

Sir James Munby, the President of the High Court Family Division, has made a formal declaration that UK law discriminates against single parents with children born through surrogacy and is

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22 Jan, 2016

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High Court gives guidance for international surrogacy cases, after newborn surrogate twins are left stranded for a year in India

In yet another decision to highlight the deficiencies of UK surrogacy law, the High Court has criticised the handling of an international surrogacy case in which twins born to British

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07 Sep, 2015

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High Court rules it cannot grant birth certificates to single dads through surrogacy

In a High Court decision today, the President of the Family Division has ruled that UK law cannot be stretched to recognise children born to single parents through surrogacy. Denying

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18 Jun, 2015

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Are contracts and pre-birth orders the way forward for UK surrogacy?

Natalie and NGA paralegal Melissa Elsworth have co-written an article published in this month’s International Family Law about the future of UK surrogacy law. ‘Are contracts and pre-birth orders the way

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15 May, 2015

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‘It’s about changing lives – and the law’ NGA featured in the Times

The Times published a full page feature yesterday about us, covering the groundbreaking legal cases we have handled over the last 6 years, our forward-thinking approach to practising law, and our sister organisation Brilliant Beginnings which

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11 May, 2015

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High Court awards care of baby girl to gay couple

NGA has been in the news this week, having represented a same-sex couple awarded main care of their baby daughter after a 15 month High Court battle. In H v S

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