High court victory gives Samantha Jefferies ‘last chance’ to have child by husband, who died after they started fertility treatment The widow of a Falklands war veteran has won a high court declaration giving her a “last chance” to have her late husband’s child.
Samantha Jefferies, 42, from East Sussex, was forced to go to court after the shock discovery that the 10-year period for storing the frozen embryos the couple had created had been inexplicably amended to two years and had since expired.
A British appeals court handed a legal victory to a woman who wants to fulfill her daughter’s dying wish: to have her mother carry her baby and raise the child.
In a case before the Illinois Supreme Court, an Elgin man who had previously agreed to help his girlfriend conceive through in vitro fertilization argues that, after they broke up two months ago, he never agreed to give up a say in...
A court battle between a divorced couple over the future of their frozen embryos began Monday with an attorney for the former husband accusing the woman of using the dispute to get money.
Swedish researchers have, for the first time, developed a reliable way of deciding whether one or two embryos should be transferred during fertility treatment; the method simultaneously maintains a high chance of women giving birth ...