We are very pleased to announce that Vivien Tse was admitted as a legal practitioner today in the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Vivien originally joined us as a law graduate while undertaking her professional studies and has proven herself to be a valuable member of the team assisting with various matters such as property […]
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I get asked this question a lot! It’s understandable why… we have a whole heap of courts in Australia, and sometimes it can get confusing! In New South Wales, the Surrogacy Act 2010 (NSW) says that a parentage order can be sought from the Supreme Court of New South Wales. We’ve talked about this before […]
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Bob and Sally have recently been blessed with a child, born from a surrogate arrangement between them and Jenny and her partner, Paul. For the surrogacy arrangement Bob and Sally provided Jenny and Paul an embryo, fertilised using genetic material from Bob and Sally (sperm from Bob, an egg from Sally). So, who are the […]
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