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March 14, 2016

Missouri Proposed Legislation Would Throw Assisted Reproductive Technology Into Legal Chaos

By Kurt M. Hughes with thanks to Susan Stockham, Esq. of Sarasota, Florida Read More

November 25, 2015

Gestational Surrogacy Contracts Upheld in Pennsylvania

Two days ago, a Pennsylvania appeals court ruled that gestational surrogacy contracts were enforceable in that state, despite the absence of any legislation. The court turned back the efforts of Sherri Shepherd to evade her parental responsibilities for a child born to a Pennsylvania carrier. Read More

September 28, 2015

Non-Biological Same-Sex Parents Encouraged to Adopt Despite Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage

NPR recently hosted a discussion regarding the handful of states refusing to place both parents’ names on the birth certificate of a child born to same-sex couples. The U.S. Supreme Court decision does mention the benefit of the legalization of same-sex marriage and birth certificates, but litigation is pending in... Read More

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