The Office of Surrogate Surrogates and Surrogates Courts and Executors Administrators and Guardians in the State of New York

CHAPTER I. OF THE JURISDICTION , POWERS , DUTIES AND LIABILITIES OF SURROGATES 1 1 4 4 6 7 8 8 9 10 19 11 12 Of the Origin of the Office Of the former General Powers and Jurisdiction of Surrogates Of their Incidental and Constructive ...

Author: Isaac Dayton

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105062006866

Category: Probate courts

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Surrogates Courts Rules

Surrogates' Courts, New York (State). § 2280.4 Reports of Guardians Ad Litem The reports of guardians ad litem shall be made on forms supplied by the court. Attention is directed to Part 26 of these rules.

Author: New York (State) Surrogates' Courts

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105064269934

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The Office of Surrogate Surrogates and Surrogates Courts and Executors Administrators and Guardians in the State of New York A Compilation of the Statutes and a Summary of the Judicial Decisions of the State of New York Relating to the Office of Surrogate the Proving of Wills the Granting of Probate With an Appendix Containing Forms and Precedents Etc

The pendency of a suit in equity in the Supreme Court or any other court of record , by one creditor for an account , if the suit has not proceeded to a decree , is no bar to a proceeding instituted before the surrogate by another ...

Author: Isaac Dayton

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ISBN: BL:A0017719697

Category: Probate courts

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Surrogate Motherhood

Surrogate mother arrangements required that the surrogate contribute an ovum to the creation of the child and be inseminated with the intending father's semen. However, during the six-year period that followed, the practice of ...

Author: Rachel Cook

Publisher: Hart Publishing

ISBN: 9781841132556

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 308

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A multidisciplinary collection of essays from leading researchers and practitioners, this book explores legal, ethical, social, psychological and practical aspects of surrogate motherhood. The international perspective adopted by this book offers an opportunity for questions of law, policy and practice to be shared and debated across countries.
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Surrogate Motherhood

in addition to reliving the experience in the media, is by repeating their surrogacy experience, occasionally for the same couple. One of these repeat surrogates who was in the Wick program refused to grant me an interview because, ...

Author: Helena Ragone

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000313659

Category: Social Science

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Surrogate Motherhood: Conception in the Heart is a compelling account written with analytical clarity and remarkable compassion. Helena Ragoné has given long overdue humanity and voice to the actual participants in the surrogate motherhood experience—a heretofore inaccessible population—and the results are fascinating. Anyone interested in fertility, parenting, reproduction, and kinship, or anyone interested in contemporary culture will want to read this book.
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The Law and Practice of Surrogates Courts in the State of New York

The surrogate is required , in the month of February of each year , and thereafter , until completed , to " examine or cause to be examired , under his direction , all inventories and accounts of guardians filed since the first day of ...

Author: Amasa Angell Redfield

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ISBN: OSU:32437122030204

Category: Probate courts

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Sister Wives Surrogates and Sex Workers

or other material benefit or advantage” for surrogacy beyond reimbursement of the birth mother's costs related to the surrogate pregnancy (s. 57). The prohibition further covers the provision of services (technical, professional or ...

Author: Angela Campbell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317054610

Category: Law

Page: 258

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Did she choose that?’ Or, more normatively, ’Why would she choose that?’ This book critiques and offers an alternative to these questions, which have traditionally framed law and policy discussions circulating around controversial genderized practices. It examines the simplicity and incompleteness of choice-based rhetoric and of presumptions that women’s conduct is shaped, in an absolute way, either by choice or by coercion. This book develops an analytical framework that aims to discern the meaning and value that women may ascribe to morally ambiguous practices. An analysis of law’s approach to polygamy, surrogacy and sex work, particularly in Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia, provides a basis for evaluating the choice-coercion binary and for contemplating alternate modes for assessing, from a law and policy standpoint, the palatability of social practices that appear pernicious to women. Weaving together interdisciplinary research, an innovative analytical framework for assessing choices ostensibly harmful to women, and a critique of the legal rules governing such choices, this book bears relevance for students, scholars, practicing jurists and policymakers seeking a richer understanding of conduct that moves women to the margins of law and society.
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From Intercountry Adoption to Global Surrogacy

Some gestational surrogates report that they enjoy being pregnant, are proud of the accomplishment, and are pleased that they could help another couple build their own family (Stark, 2012). In empirical studies, the most popular ...

Author: Karen Smith Rotabi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317132189

Category: Social Science

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Intercountry adoption has undergone a radical decline since 2004 when it reached a peak of approximately 45,000 children adopted globally. Its practice had been linked to conflict, poverty, gender inequality, and claims of human trafficking, ultimately leading to the establishment of the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption (HCIA). This international private law along with the Convention on the Rights of the Child affirm the best interests of the child as paramount in making decisions on behalf of children and families with obligations specifically oriented to safeguards in adoption practices. In 2004, as intercountry adoption peaked and then began a dramatic decline, commercial global surrogacy contracts began to take off in India. Global surrogacy gained in popularity owing, in part, to improved assisted reproductive technology methods, the ease with which people can make global surrogacy arrangements, and same-sex couples seeking the option to have their own genetically-related children. Yet regulation remains an issue, so much so that the Hague Conference on Private International Law has undertaken research and assessed the many dilemmas as an expert group considers drafting a new law, with some similarities to the HCIA and a strong emphasis on parentage. This ground-breaking book presents a detailed history and applies policy and human rights issues with an emphasis on the best interests of the child within intercountry adoption and the new conceptions of protection necessary in global surrogacy. To meet this end, voices of surrogate mothers in the US and India ground discourse as authors consider the human rights concerns and policy implications. For both intercountry adoption and global surrogacy, the complexity of the social context anchors the discourse inclusive of the intersections of poverty and privilege. This examination of the inevitable problems is presented at a time in which the pathways to global surrogacy appear to be shifting as the Supreme Court of India weighs in on the future of the industry there while Thailand, Cambodia and other countries have banned the practice all together. There is speculation that countries in Africa and possibly Central America appear poised to pick up the multi-million dollar industry as the demand for healthy infants continues on.
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Sociological Debates on Gestational Surrogacy

Ragoné's observation is also relevant in the studies of other colleagues, where there is a certain similarity between the interviewees' narratives and those proposed by the agencies or clinics, towards which the surrogates are in a ...

Author: Daniela Bandelli

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030803025

Category: Social Science

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This open access book discusses and analyses competing views and social implications of gestational surrogacy, which is making inroads as an option for parenthood as well as a work opportunity for women. It provides a rich account of transnational mobilizations for the abolition and regulation of surrogacy, with focus on United States, Italy and Mexico. The author critically assesses the core narratives of supporters and opponents of surrogacy, in order to understand this reproductive practice in light of some of the essential elements of contemporary societies, such as the “child at any cost” culture, individualism, technology and female emancipation. This book appeals to scholars, policy makers and all those who want to understand the controversial debate on this unprecedented method of family formation and life production.
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