More Men Choosing Single Fatherhood Via Surrogacy

From: www.thestar.com “I work with a number of single intended fathers each year. There is an increase in single dads in my practice,” says Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen. “I think it is men who want to be dads who just haven’t found their life partner and aren’t willing to wait any longer to be a parent.” There’s growing evidence …

Cambodia Bans Commercial Surrogacy

Cambodia has moved to shut down its booming commercial surrogacy industry that has attracted several dozen Australian couples seeking to become biological parents.

British Judge Grants Primary Custody to Surrogate Mother

The same-sex couple is permitted to visit their child once every 2 months and must pay support costs. From: https://www.lgbtqnation.com A judge granted primary custody of a baby to his surrogate mother after finding the gay couple who funded his birth acted maliciously. They got only very limited visits with the now one-year-old boy, and also have to kick-in for …

Gay Couple Starts Family with 3 Babies from 3 Different Surrogate Moms

When entering into a surrogacy arrangement, it’s important to have a surrogacy contract in place prior to beginning the medical process. Masler Surrogacy Law can help both Intended Parents and Surrogate Mothers throughout the entire surrogacy journey. From: www.telegraph.co.uk The civil partners created an instant family of five by going on a Facebook surrogacy forum and finding three women willing …

A New Zealand Couple’s Story about their Surrogacy Journey in Mexico

From: stuff.co.nz A New Zealand couple describes their Surrogacy journey in Mexico where they encountered problems before and during the arrangement. Their Surrogacy journey ended costing them more than what they expected. David Beard told 60 Minutes the overall cost of having the children was enormous. “I budgeted on $180,000 New Zealand dollars… It has cost us close to $377,000,” …

Surrogacy Law Vetoed by Portuguese President

From: https://www.globalpost.com/ In a statement, the president’s office said the law did “not conform to the conditions set out by the National Council for Ethics for the Life Sciences” which had demanded tighter rules on surrogacy. Compensated Surrogacy is illegal in Portugal, and women continue entering into arrangements with Intended Parents who are looking to start a family. Read More: …