Angela Giuffrida | The Guardian | October 24, 2022
LGBTQ people in Italy fear that Italy’s new prime minister Giorgia Meloni will act on her campaign promises to limit opportunities for them to form families, including banning LGTBQ couples from seeking surrogacy abroad.
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Connie Atkinson, Veronica Dindo | Kingsley Napley | January 6, 2020
This blog describes the current legal situation in England, Wales, and Italy regarding international surrogacy arrangements and parental orders issued in other countries. England and Wales recognize the surrogate as the legal mother upon birth and intended parents must apply to the English court for a parental order. Surrogacy in Italy is prohibited altogether, and parental recognition in other countries is rejected by the Italian authority, giving rise to individual legal battles.
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