NGA in Marie Claire – Surrogacy is complicated: then add a global pandemic

May 17, 2020

Marie-Claire has witten an in-depth piece about the plight of parents through surrogacy who, as a result of COVID travel restrictions, can’t get to their babies.  Quoting NGA they say:

“In the time of coronavirus, dozens of families are in the same predicament, says fertility lawyer Natalie Gamble at NGA Law. As coronavirus began to spread, she told Marie Claire: “In a few weeks there might be children born whose parents won’t be able to get to Ukraine because of the travel restrictions.”

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