It is not everyday that we wonder if our children are really our children, but part of the complexity of estate law is that words can take on a variety of meanings. For example, the term children does not take on the same definition in estate law as every day use. Further, the term issue […]
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For clients dealing with the passing of a loved one is never an easy task. In the legal profession we can see the worst of people surface when dealing with loss of loved ones. Families can often be torn apart when arguing about issues not covered in a will. The presumption is often that disputes arise over […]
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Are Surrogacy Arrangements Necessary? The first legal aspect in any surrogacy process is the surrogacy arrangement. The surrogacy arrangement basically documents the understanding between the parties – that the Surrogate agrees to try to become pregnant and the child born from that pregnancy is then transferred to the Intended Parents. We’ve previously touched on the requirements … Continue reading “The General Unenforceability of Surrogacy Arrangements”
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