Surrogacy Law

Tuesday January 14th, 2020

Same-sex Couples Recognized in France as Parents of their Children Born Abroad

In a pair of legal decisions handed down in December just before the holidays, the French Court of Cassation ruled that both members of a gay […]
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 […]
Wednesday September 25th, 2019

New Zealand Father Is Fighting for Easier Surrogacy Laws

Intended parents in New Zealand are currently subject to the country’s Adoption Act, passed into law some 64 years ago. Under that antiquated law, parents who […]
Tuesday September 3rd, 2019

Surrogacy and Birthright Citizenship in the United States

Unlike in many other countries, a child born in the United States is a citizen of the United States, regardless of its parents’ citizenship status. Automatic […]