Legal Uncertainty after The Supreme Court’s Overturning of Roe v. Wade: What Remains Unknown and What Comforts We Can Take08/03/2022 | GoStork.com
Partners Eric Wrubel and Alexis L. Cirel have published an article on GoStork.com discussing the recent Supreme Court overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Partner Alexis Cirel published in Trust & Estates magazine01/24/2022
Partner Alexis Cirel has published an article in the latest issue of Trust & Estates magazine discussing novel legal issues prompted by scientific advances in the world of 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.
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