The Department of Health has announced plans to modernise UK law on egg, sperm and embryo storage. NGA Law and Brilliant Beginnings welcome the reform proposals, which look set to simplify the law and enable more fertility patients to store genetic material in the UK for longer.
NGA Law has secured a judgment from the High Court Family Division confirming that our clients, a same-sex couple with a child born through sperm donation in the UK, are the legal parents of their son.
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)
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.
Jade was happy to give some training to infertility counsellors with the BCIA about the law on fertility and parenthood for transgender parents.
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.
Natalie talks all things surrogacy, IVF, donor eggs and sperm, LGBTQ family building and more in a masterclass for Fertility IQ.