Britain’s first fertility law firm warns prospective parents about foreign surrogates

Natalie Gamble [pictured], founder of Britain’s first fertility law firm, Gamble and Ghevaert wants people in her country to know that couples who work with foreign surrogates have six months after the birth to register as legal parents of the child.

In an interview with the London Evening Standard, Gamble says “hundreds of [British] parents who use women in India to have a child are facing a legal timebomb“.

According to LES, her firm is fielding calls from couples worried about the risk of foreign surrogacy. She deals with British gay men conceiving with the help of surrogate mothers in the U.S. and India as well as lesbian couples and single women conceiving with friends.

Natalie is the mother of two children born via sperm donor.

Image: London Evening Standard