Gay Surrogacy: Election Victories For LGBT Families

An Enormous Victory Last week, Maryland, Maine, and Washington voters approved allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry. Minnesota voters rejected a proposal that would have amended the state’s constitution and defined marriage as the union of a man and a woman. To top it off, Wisconsin elected the first openly gay senator, Tammy Baldwin. […]

Surrogacy Lawyer: Scott Buckley Named to New England Super Lawyers Rising Stars List

  We are fortunate to have a very talented legal team and are happy to help anyone who needs a surrogacy lawyer. Our Director of Legal Services and COO, Scott Buckley, was recently recognized for his achievements in family law when Super Lawyers honored him as a Rising Star in their family law category for the New […]

Surrogacy Law: A Round-up of Recent Legislation Efforts

Today is Election Day here in the United States. In honor of political action, we’re summing up recent surrogacy legislation efforts across the country: California In September 2012, Governor Jerry Brown signed a surrogacy law allowing “assisted reproductive agreements for gestational carriers” and outlining the procedures for establishing parentage following a surrogacy arrangement. The legislation […]

Surrogacy Law: State to State Distinctions

By Bruce Hale In the United States, the law that applies to surrogacy arrangements is controlled by the individual states.  Some states regulate surrogacy, some states forbid surrogacy entirely, and some states have little to no body of surrogacy law.  In surrogacy arrangements, the most important law comes from the state where the surrogate lives […]