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Tuesday October 22nd, 2019

France Votes to Recognize Children Born via Surrogacy Abroad

Here in the United States where surrogacy is an increasingly common way to start or add to a family, it is easy sometimes to forget that […]
Tuesday October 15th, 2019

After 19 Years French Court Recognizes Parents of Surrogate Twins

In France, one of several countries in which surrogacy arrangements are illegal, intended parents do not enjoy automatic recognition as their child’s parents. In fact, in […]
Monday October 14th, 2019

Physician Who Donated Sperm as Medical Student Learns He Has 17 Children

Today, there is very little regulation over fertility clinics or the $6 billion fertility industry as a whole. That lack of regulation can lead to problems, […]
Wednesday September 25th, 2019

Same Sex Dads Sue Because Their Daughter Was Denied U.S. Citizenship

A battle over the U.S. State Department’s denial of citizenship rights to a baby born to two U.S. citizens is brewing. A same-sex married couple in […]