Historically, multiple pregnancies were not uncommon with an IVF cycle. The reason for this was straightforward. Due to the technology involved, in order for IVF to be successful, multiple embryos were often transferred at the same time increasing the chance of at least one embryo implanting and resulting in a successful pregnancy. Today, transferring more than one embryo is not recommended by unless there is a clear medical reason to transfer two. The primary reason for thisRead More
Kveller.com, the leading Jewish parenting website, features a pointed article about what surrogacy is really like: What "Roseanne" Gets Wrong About Surrogacy.Read More
“The human soul doesn’t want to be advised or fixed or saved. It simply wants to be witnessed — to be seen, heard, and companioned exactly as it is."Read More
If you’re an intended parent considering surrogacy as a family-building option, you may be pondering an overwhelming number of questions about the gestational surrogate relationship such as: Who is this person who will carry our baby for nine months? How do we establish trust?Read More
There are lots of misconceptions about surrogacy. Here, we try to correct a few of the most pervasive fictions.
SURROGACY FICTION #1: Gestational surrogacy is only for the rich and famous.
SURROGACY FACT: Because of a recent series of celebrities, such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Elton John, Neil Patrick Harris, and Ellen Pompeo...
Meryl B. Rosenberg, Esq. was featured in the Washington Blade where she discussed some of the legal considerations including marriage portability and parental rights.Read More
A leading adoption and parenting network, AdoptiveFamilies.com, features Meryl B. Rosenberg's advice for married LGBT parents. Her article, Marriage Equality Does Not Ensure Adoption Equality explains what LGBT parents must do to protect their parental rights.Read More