The High Court has awarded legal parenthood to a British couple who had a little boy via a surrogacy arrangement which (without the parents’ knowledge) may have been unlawful in the country where their baby was born (country Z)
The High Court has ruled that parents and carers with parental responsibility can lawfully consent to their children and young people being prescribed puberty blockers.
We look at the High Court’s Bell v Tavistock judgment from 1st December 2020 and what it means for the transgender community.
We are hugely disappointed to see our transgender clients let down by the decision to retain the existing Gender Recognition Act legislation.
A new High Court surrogacy decision once again highlights inadequacy of UK surrogacy law. NGA Law has successfully represented the intended parents in a new reported surrogacy case (Re X (2020)) which has, in tragic circumstances, highlighted once again the significant problems with UK surrogacy law.
Jade conducted our first ever ‘remote’ final parental order hearing this week via Skype and it was a huge success.
The government is, until 5 May 2020, consulting on whether the UK’s laws on embryo and gamete storage should be reviewed. The current law sets limits on how long fertility
The President of the Family Division, Sir Andrew McFarlane (the most senior first-instance family court judge in England and Wales) has ruled in the case of Re TT on the
The Law Commission’s surrogacy reform consultation is a once-in-a-generation chance to get surrogacy law right. We have spent the last few months carefully considering our response, drawing on our legal
The Law Commission is, until 11 October, consulting on surrogacy law reform. Its provisional proposals are positive and, if passed, will enable intended parents to be legal parents from birth