We are a law firm committed to supporting the trans community (along with our many other LGBT+ clients) and for Trans Day of Visibility, NGA solicitor Luke Williams, who leads
Trans Day of Remembrance is observed annually on 20 November, and is a sombre occasion on which we remember those whose lives have been lost through anti-trans violence.
In order to ensure that your identity and legacy is respected as far as legally possible after death, there are a number of steps that you can take.
NGA Law and Brilliant Beginnings have always been prominent supporters of LGBT+ inclusion, with a long history of campaigning for LGBT+ rights. We support reform of the Gender Recognition Act
Jade and Heidi write for the Review about an important decision on same-sex parenting where the court ruled in favour of the non-birth mother.
Natalie writes for the Review, commenting on the government’s recent decision to not substantively reform the Gender Recognition Act.
Can I pursue surrogacy if I have no biological link to my child? We have outlined the different options for securing rights as a non-biological parent through surrogacy.
LBT Women’s Health Week 2021 included a webinar talk on donor conception options for LBT women, led by Fertility Network UK.
Natalie talks all things surrogacy, IVF, donor eggs and sperm, LGBTQ family building and more in a masterclass for Fertility IQ.
Thinking of surrogacy in Colombia or Mexico? Make sure you’ve considered the legal issues and more. In 2021, the newest surrogacy hot spots we are being asked about are Colombia and Mexico in South America.