Assisted conception can offer you hope if you cannot conceive naturally.
Our specialist Family Law team is fully experienced in the complexities of international fertility laws as well as those at home. So if you have the added pressure of living abroad or needing assistance in this area, we can help you understand all aspects, as well as ensuring your new family is legally protected.
Here are just some of the ways we can help you:
- Advice on the acquisition of legal rights following the birth of a donor conceived child
- International surrogacy arrangements
- Co-parenting agreements
- Financial provision for children
- Disputes involving children
As members of a global alliance of lawyers and accountants – MSI – we can access experts in another country quickly and efficiently should their assistance be needed also. This means you can receive the tailored advice you need involving fertility and international law.
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