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France Ordered to Recognize Children of Surrogates

France Ordered to Recognize Children of SurrogatesJUNE 27 – The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ordered France to recognize the legality of parent-child relationships of children born to surrogate mothers abroad. Since surrogacy is outlawed in France, some French parents seek international surrogacy in other European countries or the U.S. where it is legal. While France maintains the right to ban surrogacy on its soil, yesterday’s ruling deemed it a violation of the child’s rights for France to fail to recognize the parent-child relationship of children born to surrogate mothers. The ruling comes after a long legal battle fought by parents of children born in 2000 and 2001 to surrogates in the United States.  Read more >

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