Unhindered access to Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) in recent years has provided an enormous boost to loving families who have previously found it difficult to navigate the medico-legal restrictions on their decisions to expand their family.
For those entering the ART landscape, as donors, birth parents, surrogates or intended parents, understanding issues around parentage is critical. It is important that before embarking on your journey you obtain legal advice to ensure that you and your loved ones have clarity and comfort as you move forward.
At elringtons, our lawyers are expert in advising people on parenting and family law matters, as well as on ART and surrogacy laws.
- Rainbow families: Part I
- Rainbow Families: Part II
- Surrogacy in the ACT
- Surrogacy Agreements and Parentage Orders
- Is a Surrogate a Parent of a Child?
If you would like to discuss your ART or surrogacy journey, you can speak to Anya Aidman, one of our senior solicitors specialising in ART and surrogacy law.