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Posts by Marla Neufeld

Surrogacy in the United States

Surrogacy in the United States is a popular for intended parents who live abroad. Reasons parents work with surrogates in the United States includes strict regulation over reproductive doctors in the U.S., high success rates with many U.S. fertility clinics,  favorable laws in many states, and U.S. citizenship granted to any child born in the…

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Miami Surrogacy Lawyer Featured in VoyageMIA Magazine

Miami surrogacy lawyer, Marla Neufeld, was featured in VoyageMIA magazine’s Inspirational Stories feature. The article highlights Florida surrogacy lawyer, Marla Neufeld’s, personal experience with surrogacy and how she took her personal experience and shaped it into her legal work as a third party assisted reproductive attorney in Florida.   CLICK HERE for the full article.

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Surrogacy Lawyer, Marla Neufeld, Speaker at the 20th Annual Conference on Emerging Issues in Healthcare Law, “Third Party Assisted Reproduction and Health Law Implications,” ABA Health Law Section, March 13-16, 2019, Orlando, Florida

I will be speaking at the 2019 ABA Health Law Section meeting in Orlando, Florida in March 2019. The topic I will be speaking on involves regulatory and privacy issues in Assisted Reproductive Technology. The American Bar Association panel is called , “Emerging Privacy and Regulatory Issues in Assisted Reproductive Technologies” Assisted reproductive technology (ART)…

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Neufeld to Join American Bar Association Webinar as Panelist on Regulatory and Privacy Issues in Assisted Reproductive Technology

On Thursday, December 13, 2018, from 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM ET, I am participating in the American Bar Association webinar, “Regulatory and Privacy Issues in Assisted Reproductive Technology.”  Join our esteemed panel as they discuss: The current state of healthcare and privacy regulation in women’s health Potential risks to assisted reproductive technologies (ART) How the…

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Various Regulations over Third Party Assisted Reproduction and Surrogacy

Third party assisted reproduction and surrogacy is an ever evolving area that is regulated at various levels including at a constitutional level, state level, Federal level, and self regulation by organizations that establish best practices. Some regulations are based in the law, while some regulation is self-imposed and voluntary/best practices. This article will touch upon some…

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Do married same sex couples have to do an adoption after their child is born via IVF or insemination?

Florida Marital Presumption, Is it Enough to Protect My Parental Rights? Due to the Florida marital presumption when a married same sex couple has a child with the assistance of third party reproductive technology (i.e. IVF, artificial insemination), absent gestational surrogacy which is governed by a different legal framework, both members of the married couple are presumed to be the…

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Can a donor take back their eggs, sperm, or embryo?

Both the donor and receiver of eggs (and similarly sperm and embryos), wonder whether the genetic material can be “taken back” from the person/people who donated it. In light of the fact that eggs, sperm and embryo can be frozen and stored for years, life situations can change from the time of the donation where someone…

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New Supreme Court Judge and Impacts on Surrogacy

With the recent appointment of Supreme Court justice, Judge Kavanaugh, people have been asking how a potential reshaping of abortion rights could impact surrogacy laws. The topic of surrogacy specifically has been raised to the level of the United States Supreme Court, however, as of late, the Court has declined to hear cases involving surrogacy,…

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