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Do you have any precedent clauses which could be included in a surrogate's Will, so that if they were to die during labour or before the intended parents obtain a parental order the child would be considered the legal child of the intended parents?

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Published on LexisPSL on 04/09/2020

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  • Do you have any precedent clauses which could be included in a surrogate's Will, so that if they were to die during labour or before the intended parents obtain a parental order the child would be considered the legal child of the intended parents?

A guardianship precedent clause could be adapted. See:

  1. Commentary: Guardians: Williams on Wills Precedents (2) [203.47]

  2. Commentary: 131 Clause in will—appointment of guardian if spouse or other person with parental responsibility (such as civil partner) has predeceased: Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, Wills and Adminis

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