NGA Law is ten years old today! To celebrate our birthday, Natalie and Helen reflect on the last ten years. Our and NGA Law’s journey over the last ten years has
Separating is always tough, particularly where there are children involved. You will need to work through who the children will live with and what time they will spend with the
There are various different ways to conceive a family as a lesbian couple, but one which often prompts questions about the law is home insemination with a known sperm donor.
In 2016 NGA Law represented a single father who had a child through surrogacy in the US in a parental order application, and managed to win a formal declaration from
Another NGA case has been published recently, and joins the long list of other declaration of parentage cases, nicknamed the “Alphabet” cases which have been heard by the High Court.
High Court judge Mrs Justice Theis has granted parental orders for two children born through a gestational surrogacy arrangement in the US. On the surface this is yet another international surrogacy case
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
Further to our blog last September about administrative errors made by IVF clinic there have been another run of declaration of parentage cases, nicknamed the “Alphabet” cases, before the President
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
We have had a busy few months at NGA, with a lot to be excited about. Chambers and Legal 500 The UK’s two main legal directories have published their independent