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If you are looking for an incredible resource on psychological studies on the impacts on children born via third party assisted reproduction and the impacts on their parents, I encourage you to read, We Are Family – the Modern Transformation of Parents and Children, by one of the world’s leading experts on new family formation,…Read More
Florida surrogacy attorney, Marla Neufeld, contributed to an article recently published in the New York Law Journal, titled, It’s About Time…Now What? Moving Forward with New York’s Model Commercial Surrogacy Law. The article highlights the new laws in New York that govern surrogacy, egg donation, step parent adoption, and regulation over surrogacy agencies. Ms. Neufeld…Read More
If a single or same sex father is considering surrogacy, there are a few key elements to consider. For starters, the legal process itself varies from state to state. Before you get started, arm yourself with as much information as possible, In Florida, any hopeful father who wants to work with a surrogate to build…Read More
On February 5, 2021, Florida reproductive attorney, Marla Neufeld, was the presenting speaker for webinar regarding Florida laws on surrogacy, egg, sperm, and embryo donation. The event was hosted by Florencia Daud, an Argentine lawyer specializing in bioethics and reproductive technology law. Ms. Daud co-founded BioJur, an organization in Argentina dedicated to educating people about…Read More
Florida Surrogacy Attorney Marla Neufeld Featured Speaker at Men Having Babies Southern Conference February 20, 2021
Florida surrogacy attorney, Marla Neufeld, Esq. is a longtime supporter of Men Having Babies. Ms. Neufeld volunteers her legal services to the GPAP program to assist gay men in building their family via surrogacy and egg donation. For all Florida Men Having Babies conferences, Ms. Neufeld has been a featured speaker on the legal panel.…Read More
YES! Importance of Surrogates or Donor Having an Independent Third Party Assisted Reproductive Attorney In any surrogacy or donation of genetic material matter in the United States, the standard arrangement is for the intended parent(s) to have an attorney to draft the applicable agreement based on the applicable state law. International intended parents may also have…Read More