What a sad day. The woman who thought she would never give birth to a child, back in the 1970s, when there was no such thing as a “test tube baby” has died. The NY times has published a very nice overview (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/24/health/lesley-brown-mother-of-first-test-tube-baby-dies-at-64.html). These days we take artificial insemination for granted. But the truth is, […]
Kessler & Solomiany, LLC Assisted Reproductive Technology Archives
Knowledge is power and we should all be as knowledgable as we can about the laws that so vitally affect families, especially children.
The speakers and program producers have worked very hard to organize and create this exciting program and we hope you will join us.
We have a tremendous line up of topics, including: “Saving a Stolen Childhood: How to Prevent and Resolve International Kidnapping Cases”, “Diminishing Returns: Effects of Illness, Psychological Problems & Addiction on Support Calculations” and “Tax Issues Faced by Alternative Families… A Mystery of Clues!” as well as fun topics like “Mission Impossible — Obtaining Discovery from Casinos”.
No law is perfect, but hopefully this law will help military families and their children, and hopefully does not reduce the emphasis that must always be placed on ensuring that we do what is in the best interests of the child.
This internationalization of child birth, adoption and reproduction may be a very good thing. It seems very well intended. The problem is with the unintended consequences.
1978. That was the first time in the history of the world that a child was conceived outside of a mother’s body, with a donated/borrowed egg and then successfully carried through pregnancy to life.