Update: Government Reviews Proposed Surrogacy Laws in Thailand

by admin on September 1, 2014

The Thai Parliament is reviewing a draft surrogacy act that was originally drafted in 2004, and subsequently approved, but never enacted, in 2010.

Chaninat and Leeds’ family lawyers specialize in Thailand child custody with a history of success representing clients in Thai Courts.

The recent, highly publicized surrogacy controversies in Thailand highlighted the need for regulatory laws and sparked the country’s re-examination of the proposed surrogacy laws.

An English translation of the Thailand draft surrogacy laws is now available.


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