Source News Talk
Same-sex couples are still facing legal hurdles to be named as parents to their children, despite changes that have come into force.
Couples who conceive through IVF or surrogacy can find themselves in legal limbo with no parental rights, despite new laws that came into effect last year.
Ranae Von Meding and her wife Audrey have two daughters – Ava and Arya – who were conceived through reciprocal IVF.
This means the couple used Audrey’s eggs and donor sperm while Ranae carried the pregnancies.