By Anya Aidman Earlier this month, surrogacy was thrown into the national spotlight again after a surrogacy agreement in Queensland went sour. Surrogacy laws in each state and territory differ,
The Road Less Travelled By Anya Aidman As discussed in ‘Rainbow Families Part I’, access to Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) has made a world of difference to rainbow families, or
A surrogate is a woman who carries a pregnancy for a person who cannot fall pregnant themselves due to medical reasons. A surrogate has no genetic link to the child.
A women who carries a pregnancy for another person is called the ‘Surrogate’. When the child is born, the surrogate is the legal parent until such time as a parentage
In June 2011, Justice Garry Watts of the Family Court in Sydney ordered that a Queensland couple were the parents of two boys born to a surrogate mother in Thailand.[i]