Fertility and Conception
For families who cannot conceive naturally fertility treatment and/or assisted conception can be an obvious choice. There are legal frameworks which regulate the process. These are complex and depend on the specific circumstances of your family and the conception. The legal recognition of the other parent, where a baby is born as a result of assisted conception, depends on the specific circumstances and is a complex matter.
Our specialist team can advise on the legal implications of assisted conception, issues of consent and the legal status of biological and non-biological parents. Goodman Ray have been at the forefront of this cutting edge area of law and involved in the cases that are now the leading authorities in this complex and developing field.
Re G (A Minor); Re Z (A Minor)  EWHC 134 (Fam). This case dealt with the legal status of a sperm donor under section 42 of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 (HFEA).We're an award winning Fertility and Conception Solicitors based in London & Brighton. For further information please contact one of our Fertility and Conception Solicitors.