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Alfonso Layson

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2018-09-17 at 05:50:35


Alfonso is an Accredited Specialist in Family Law, and leads the surrogacy practice at Sarah Bevan Family Lawyers. He has helped many intended parents and surrogates navigate through the challenging legal process. He clients include Australian intended parents with local surrogacy arrangements, Australian intended parents with international surrogacy arrangements, and international intended parents who have a relevant connection with Australia. He has also advised numerous surrogates, as well as advising surrogacy professionals on legal aspects of their work. He greatly enjoys being able to help guide his clients through the exciting process of creating (or adding to) a family through surrogacy, but as it is a process fraught with potential legal difficulties his vast experience helps smooth this process for his clients.

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