Is it too late to change your mind if you decided against applying for a parental order when your child was born? Article published in Lexis Nexis

October 18, 2017

We have written an article for Lexis Nexis online about the case of Re B (Foreign Surrogacy) [2016] EWFC 77, in which the High Court allowed parents through surrogacy in India to apply for a parental order six years after the application deadline of six months had expired. The article sets out the facts of the case and the court’s decision, but also appeals to any parents who did not apply for a parental order after the birth of their child to take the chance to resolve the legal issues now, after the event.

Read the full article here.

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