Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan are pleased to announce that due to queries which are being replied to and demand they are experiencing, they have expanded their service to include advices in the following areas:

The Welfare of the Child/Best Interest of the Child – which is always the priority in fertility matters

Information regarding fertility services in Ireland

Information/referrals to counselling services

International surrogacy agreements which fall outside of the forthcoming legislation (i.e. transnational surrogacy) Legal, social and ethical issues associated with assisted human reproduction

Family law implications of Assisted Human Reproduction

Assisted human reproduction and succession rights

Fertility law and the LGBT community

Ownership and use of gametes

Agreements and issues surrounding surplus embryos (created through IVF)

The rights of children ‘to know’ the identity of their parents, including their biological/genetic father in cases where sperm donors have been used

Donation of embryos

Issues regarding egg donation

Cryopreservation (freezing) of embryos

Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)

Preconception sex selection

The ‘child’ in utero


If you have any queries with regard to the matters listed above or would like to talk with someone, please contact:
Annette Hickey – 056-7721063 email: [email protected]

Ger Fahy – 056 -7721063 email: [email protected]

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