Merry Christmas!
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Stephen Page
1M ago
Season’s greetings from all of us here at Page Provan Family & Fertility Lawyers! The post Merry Christmas! appeared first on Page Provan ..read more
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The 5 Reasons why Relationships Break Down at Christmas
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Stephen Page
1M ago
In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist, Stephen Page discusses the common reasons why relationships can fracture over the Christmas period. The post The 5 Reasons why Relationships Break Down at Christmas appeared first on Page Provan ..read more
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Fertility Nurses of Australasia: A Tale of Three Inquiries
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Stephen Page
2M ago
On 12 November 2022, award-winning fertility lawyer and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Stephen Page, published a paper exploring three inquiries. Which Three Inquiries? The first inquiry was the Queensland Parliamentary inquiry into access by donor conceived persons to information about their gamete donors. The second inquiry was the review, Building Belonging, by the Queensland Human Rights Commission into the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld). The third inquiry is the Senate inquiry as to universal access to reproductive healthcare, for which submissions are open until 15 December. The Q ..read more
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Letter to Mark Butler the Minister for Health & Aged Care
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Stephen Page
2M ago
On 8 November 2022, award-winning fertility lawyer and Accredited Family Law Specialist, Stephen Page, wrote a letter to The Honourable Mark Butler MP (Minister for Health & Aged Care) regarding the abolition of the medicare exclusion for surrogacy. I write to seek the abolition of the current exclusion from Medicare rebate for assisted reproductive services when the service concerns surrogacy. I have copied in Mr Graham Perrett MP, who has had a longstanding interest in surrogacy matters, and was in 2015-2016 a member of the House of Representatives Social Policy and Legal Affairs Committ ..read more
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Surrogacy for Single Men in Australia. What You Need to Know
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Stephen Page
4M ago
  In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist and Page Provan Director Stephen Page discusses the process of surrogacy for single men in Australia. The post Surrogacy for Single Men in Australia. What You Need to Know appeared first on Page Provan ..read more
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What is a Conciliation Conference?
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Jitesh Billimoria
6M ago
  In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist and Page Provan Special Counsel Jitesh Billimoria explains what a case conciliation conference is. The post What is a Conciliation Conference? appeared first on Page Provan ..read more
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Posthumous Use of Gametes and Embryos
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Stephen Page
6M ago
Accredited Family Law Specialist and Page Provan Director Stephen Page presented a paper at the Fertility Society of Australia and New Zealand Conference on the posthumous use of gametes and embryos. Posthumous use falls into one of two categories: Retrieval Use A dear American colleague has suggested that surrogacy lawyers have one of three roles: An architect – who plans the whole journey. A pilot – when the intended parents know where they want to go – and want to get there fast. A cleaner – cleaning up other people’s messes. These comments are apt about the role of a lawyer i ..read more
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And Baby Makes Four: Dealing With Throuples
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Stephen Page
6M ago
Accredited Family Law Specialist and Page Provan Director Stephen Page published a paper exploring the difficulty where more than two people seek to have a child about how they will be recognised or not as the child’s parents. DOWNLOAD THE PAPER HERE. Introduction An emerging trend in those who want to become parents are those who seek to be parents where there are more than two intended parents. This issue has been recognised internationally. In Ontario, for example, up to six parents can be, with consent, named on the birth certificate. Australian law has stuck at two parents. The ..read more
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Do I Need to Be Face-to-Face with My Ex During Mediation?
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Bruce Provan
6M ago
  In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist and Page Provan Managing Director Bruce Provan answers the question, “Do I need to be face-to-face with my ex during mediation? Transcript My name is Bruce Provan. I’m the Managing Director of Page Provan Family and Fertility Lawyers. We are a firm of lawyers practising in Central Brisbane. We practise exclusively in family and fertility law. I’m going to talk to you about “Do I need to be face to face with my ex partner during a mediation?” And the short answer is, no, you don’t. These days, it’s quite common for mediations to take place ..read more
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How to Document Property/Financial Settlement (Hindi language)
Australian Surrogacy and Adoption Blog
by Jitesh Billimoria
6M ago
  In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist and Page Provan Special Counsel Jitesh Billimoria discusses (in Hindi) how to document property or financial settlement. The post How to Document Property/Financial Settlement (Hindi language) appeared first on Page Provan ..read more
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