Fertility Law Group hosted "From Generation to Generation: An Introduction to Building Your Family with New York's New Surrogacy Law"06/30/2021
The event was designed to educate intended parents and the public on what the path to surrogacy looks like now that the Child-Parent Security Act has made compensated gestational surrogacy legal in New York State.
Sarah A. Steckler Joins Warshaw Burstein Fertility Law Group Rounding Out Services with Trusts and Estates Capabilities06/16/2021
Fertility Law Group is ‘One-Stop-Shop’ providing legal assistance for couples building their families through assisted reproduction
Alexis Cirel Featured on Divorce Dialogues Podcast04/29/2021
Fertility Law Group practice leader Alexis Cirel joined Katherine Miller on a new episode of Divorce Dialogues to discuss the relationship between surrogates and intended parents under the CPSA.
Special Consideration of the Surrogacy “Journey” and its Joint Undertakings03/30/2021
On February 15, 2021, the Child-Parent Security Act (CPSA) became law in New York. Codified as Family Court Act Article 5-C, the CPSA is a revolutionary and sweeping new law that applies to children conceived using assisted reproductive means including gestational surrogacy. Gestational surrogacy is, an arrangement in which a woman (the “surrogate”) enters into a “surrogacy agreement” to become pregnant with and give birth to a child to whom she has no genetic connection, with the intent that someone else (the “intended parent(s)”) be the child’s legal parent.
Partner Alexis L. Cirel Speaks on Panel titled: "Compensated Gestational Surrogacy is Legal in NYS — Now What?"03/15/2021Fertility Law practice leader Alexis Cirel spoke to New York Women's Bar Association members about New York State's new compensated surrogacy law, the Child-Parent Security Act.
UPCOMING - Alexis Cirel Speaks in Webinar "Compensated Gestational Surrogacy Has Arrived"02/18/2021
Compensated Gestational Surrogacy Has Arrived: The Child Parent Security Act Becomes Effective February 2021 – Part II (Webinar), New York State Bar Association, February 18, 2021