The Effects of Parentage Orders on Birth Certificates Every time a child is born, his or her birth needs to be registered. This is no different when it comes to a birth by a surrogate. Generally, the legal presumption about parentage is that a child born to a woman is considered to be the child […]
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Written Surrogacy Arrangements As a couple looking at having a child through surrogacy, after you have identified your surrogate, the next step is to enter into a surrogacy arrangement. Importantly, you must enter into this arrangement BEFORE your surrogate becomes pregnant (ie, a pre-conception surrogacy arrangement). A pre-conception surrogacy arrangement is necessary if you eventually want to […]
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What’s happened to international surrogacy over the last 6-12 months? There’s been on-again off-again media attention on international surrogacy, especially involving Australians in India and Thailand and an outcry by various interest groups locally on the number of couples heading overseas to conceive. But what does it all mean for intended and hopefully parents in […]
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