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20 Feb 19
Surrogacy Laws – Time for Change

“Family dynamics have changed over the years and so the law needs changing”.

Our specialist family law solicitor Leah Rhydderch has recently appeared on both S4C Newyddion 9 and BBC Radio Cymru discussing the laws surrounding surrogacy.

Leah was approached to discuss the topic after a story was released concerning a 55 year old woman acting as a surrogate for her daughter.  The law, as it currently stands, means there is a lengthy, complex and costly legal process following the birth of the child.  Leah has agreed with critics that the law is outdated and needs to be brought in line with the change in family dynamics over recent years.

Leah Rhydderch is a native welsh speaking lawyer based within the Family Team at Watkins & Gunn.  She specialises in a range of family law matters and can be contacted on 01633 240749.

Contact us today 0300 1240 400

COVID-19 

We are delighted to announce that our offices are now open to the public  between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday, by appointment.

We will continue to provide our services remotely outside those hours so that you will be able to contact us between 8.3oam and 5pm.

We have followed Welsh Government guidance to allow us to open our doors safely. We have hand sanitisers, PPE, protective screens and are enforcing  two metre spacing. We have also limited the numbers allowed in our buildings by operating a rota of those office working and those working remotely.

Go to our CoVid 19 page for more information.

Thank you for your continued patience at this difficult time.

Stay safe and well.