Is Fertility Law in Ireland set to change?

Fertility Law

Legislation regarding assisted reproduction in Ireland has yet to be implemented, and while we await formation of our new government, it is not clear when this will proceed. Parts of the Children and Family Relationships Act 2015 (CFRA) that deal specifically with donor-assisted human reproduction (excluding surrogacy) are due to take effect on 4 May 2020. This will leave a number of important issues unresolved, including parentage of children born to LGBT families using donor assisted technologies, the legal position of their parents, and the status of donor gametes currently in storage.

Solicitor Fiona Duffy, partner at Patrick F O’Reilly & Co., discusses the current legislative and regulatory concerns surrounding ART in Ireland in the article below:

https://www.bionews.org.uk/page_147640

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