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.
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.
Natalie Gamble was interviewed on this morning’s BBC Radio 4 Today Programme (here at 7.14am) about the problems faced by surrogacy families in the current coronavirus crisis. Emergency travel documents
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?
Jade conducted our first ever ‘remote’ final parental order hearing this week via Skype and it was a huge success.
Advice for parents going through international surrogacy about travel, parental orders and navigating the coronavirus crisis.
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
Natalie and Kelly have written an article, published by Resolution in The Review, about Re TT (2019) and the absurdity of modern family law which does not provide for trans
Natalie was pleased to speak to The Fertility Podcast recently about her work and experience. You can listen to the full 45 minute programme here. Here is what The Fertility