fertility

Monday January 8th, 2018

Looking forward to 2018!

The mission for The Surrogacy Law Center this year remains the same: To help as many people as possible achieve […]
Wednesday December 27th, 2017

The Surrogacy Law Center: A Year in Review

For The Surrogacy Law Center 2017 was a year of moves. The Law firm moved to a new offices in […]
Monday November 27th, 2017

Protecting Your Future Fertility

The pregnancy timetable tells all – women need to protect their future fertility now more than ever. A new generation […]
Monday May 8th, 2017

Judge awards accident victim future surrogacy costs

B.C. Supreme Court Justice Neena Sharma granted a woman a comprehensive settlement from severe injuries sustained in a 2011 head-on […]
Monday February 27th, 2017

Children born via Surrogacy in Mexico and Cambodia unable to leave

In two separate parts of the world, surrogacy bans and issuance of birth certificates continue to wreak havoc on parents […]
Wednesday February 15th, 2017

Minnesota policymakers want surrogacy regulated

State lawmakers Rep. John Lesch and Sen. Sandra Pappas recently unveiled the Minnesota Gestational Carrier Act with the intent to […]
Monday February 13th, 2017

New house bill focuses on fertility treatments

An Indiana lawmaker has introduced, House Bill 1059, aimed at health insurance companies adding fertility treatments for its members. According […]
Tuesday October 11th, 2016

Another groundbreaking ruling for gay parental rights

Many former same-sex couples are fighting—and winning—legal parentage for the children they helped raised, despite having no biological relation to […]
Tuesday October 4th, 2016

Retired IVF physician enters a not guilty plea

Retired fertility doctor Donald Cline , who retired in 2009 and whose medical practice was based in Indianapolis recently entered […]
Tuesday May 3rd, 2016

Infertility: The Importance of Education and Empowerment

For those who have endured the emotional heartache of infertility or know a couple who has fought courageously, National Infertility […]
Friday February 19th, 2016

Addressing Military Female Fertility

According to the most recent numbers published in Military Medicine in 2013, a total of 2.2 million females serve our […]
Friday March 20th, 2015

The UK Breaks Tradition and Votes “Yes” On Three-Parent Babies

This month, the United Kingdom shattered the glass ceiling and became the first country to permit three people to have […]
Monday February 2nd, 2015

Reassessing the embryo adoption concept

The term, “embryo adoption,” has been floating around now for some time and is a crticial issue for those going […]
Friday December 5th, 2014

 The battle for frozen embryos

Last spring, a judge awarded Karla Dunston, a resident of Chicago, custody of frozen embryos. The judgment spurred an appeal. […]
Monday October 20th, 2014

Facebook and Apple receive lukewarm response for employee egg freezing offer

When Facebook and Apple announced their willingness to pay for their employees’ egg freezing, the initial reaction was shock. While […]
Sunday October 12th, 2014

Measure 1 in N.D. threatens IVF

Election Day is less than one month away. Standing on both sides of the voting isle dangles a personhood amendment […]