Article: UK Court of Appeals Rules that Baby Should Live With Surrogate

UK Court of Appeals Rules that Baby Should Live With Surrogate
By NGA Law

This blog is published by a UK-based law firm that specializes in modern family law and has, reportedly, handled many of the UK’s leading cases on surrogacy, assisted reproduction, and LGBT families.

The article analyzes the rejection of an appeal by a same-sex couple that they be granted parental rights and physical custody of their surrogate-delivered child, currently living with the gestational mother in compliance with an earlier court order. It discusses the significance of the case for same-sex intended parents living in the UK and provides suggestions to address “common fears.” These include the fear that surrogacy arrangements frequently involve legal disputes at birth and can result in gestational mothers being granted parental rights. Such outcomes, say lawyers at the firm and behind the article, can be minimized by building “strong foundations.”

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