With the emerging advice from the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) that Brits should get home as soon as possible, we started working urgently to help get these babies home.
We advise on what to do if you are being told to stay at home, what do you do if your child has two homes or contact via a Child Arrangements Order.
The BBC’s new prime-time Sunday night drama tells the story of a surrogacy arrangement set in Glasgow. But how does the story measure up with the law and the reality of UK surrogacy?
Parental responsibility and legal parenthood are legal terms which relate to the rights and responsibilities which parents and other adults have in relation to children. Both are possible at once
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
To celebrate Pride, we look back at some of the UK’s major legal milestones for LGBT+ families over the past 15 years. It’s amazing to think that only 15 years
Fertility preservation is of particular significance for any trans young person embarking upon a treatment programme which may compromise their fertility. Any consideration of hormone or other treatment must include
The government consultation on reform of the Gender Recognition Act closes on Friday at 11pm. If you haven’t responded already, please do. Stonewall have produced some very helpful guidance and it takes
Theresa May announced at the Conservative Party conference this week that the government plans to open civil partnership to different-sex couples. It is not a big surprise. The government has
As the school holidays approach, issues about taking children abroad on holiday can often cause tension and anxiety between separated parents, which can spoil precious time together. If you want