Surrogacy Virginia Lawyer Fairfax Genetic Parents Abused Birth Certificate

Surrogacy Virginia Lawyer Fairfax Genetic Parents Abused Birth Certificate

 

Deolar Geegee v. Geegee
Facts:

Appellant guardian ad litem challenged an order of the Circuit Court of Fairfax County (Virginia), which terminated an infant’s relationship with her surrogate birth mother, declared appellees the child’s genetic parents and directed the Registrar of Vital Records to issue an original birth certificate consistent with its ruling. The guardian ad litem argued that the trial court abused its discretion in denying her motion for a continuance.

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Surrogacy Virginia Lawyer Fairfax Genetic Parents Abused Birth Certificate

Surrogacy Virginia Lawyer Fairfax

Holdings:
The Virginia Court made the following holding:
  • Va. Code Ann. § 20-49.2 provides that the determination of parentage, when raised in any proceeding, shall be governed by Va. Code Ann. § 20-49.1 et seq., and empowers circuit courts with concurrent original jurisdiction of cases arising under § 20-49.2.
  • The General Assembly recently enacted Code §§ 20-156 through 20-165 to address the status of children born as a result of surrogacy contracts, as well as related issues.

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