Under New York’s law, which state Sen. Brad Hoylman touts as “a model for other states,” surrogate mothers are also guaranteed legal
Step 2: Address Your Feelings. You may notice your emotions swing from one end of the emotional scale to the other. It is perfectly normal to feel happy and upbeat one moment and weepy and sad the next after giving birth. The reason for this is that your hormones are once again changing after giving birth. If you notice feelings of anxiousness ...
Congratulations! Your surrogacy baby has been born. This is a very special moment in your life! You may be wondering what happens now? Surrogacy is a similar process to traditional pregnancy after the child is born. This blog will look at what happens after your surrogacy baby is born! The Delivery Room Most intended parents 
Current Irish legislation does not cover the specific legal issues that arise in surrogacy. Instead, the legal status and rights of all people involved are covered by the laws dealing with non-surrogate births. This means the surrogate mother, who gives birth to the child, is the child’s legal mother and guardian.
None of the above rights affect the right of the surrogate who gives birth to the child. She will continue to be entitled to 52 weeks of maternity leave to