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Natalie Gamble

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  • Comment on: Surrogacy: nurses and other healthcare staff offered guidelines

    Natalie Gamble's comment 23 April, 2013 10:20 pm

    I am a solicitor who specialises in surrogacy cases, and thought I should highlight that some of the legal information provided in this article is inaccurate and potentially misleading. It is not possible to sign a legally binding surrogacy agreement. If the surrogate changes her mind (which happens incredibly rarely - statistically in 0.02% of cases) she is not 'normally allowed to keep her baby' - in fact there have been only two reported cases in UK legal history of such a situation and both were determined by the family court on the basis of the best interests of the child. In one case care was awarded to the surrogate but in the other care was awarded to the intended parents. There is more information about the law on surrogacy at