Who Are My Parents? Why New Zealand’s ‘Creaky’ Surrogacy Laws Are Overdue for Major Reform — The BFD

Debra WilsonAnnick MasselotMartha CeballosUniversity of Canterbury Children born through surrogacy are much wanted and much loved. Under the current law, however, they can spend at least their first months of life in a kind of legal limbo. This is because of the way several separate pieces of legislation cover the two types of surrogacy: gestational,…

via Who Are My Parents? Why New Zealand’s ‘Creaky’ Surrogacy Laws Are Overdue for Major Reform — The BFD

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