13 October 2020
Women rush to freeze eggs as dating dries up - Sarah Williams for The Sunday Times
Commentary by Sarah Williams, Legal Director and Head of Surrogacy, Fertility, Adoption & Modern Family in the Family department at Payne Hicks Beach in which she addresses the 10 year limit on freezing eggs and how this disadvantages women by putting them under unnecessary pressure in The Sunday Times' article which tackles the issues surrounding how lockdown has lowered the chance of meeting a partner and sent interest in fertility 'insurance policies' rocketing, first published in The Sunday Times online and in print on 11 October 2020 and reproduced with kind permission.
Sarah is an expert in complex international surrogacy, fertility and modern family law, in addition to having extensive experience in all children related litigation. Sarah represents internationally renowned figures from the fields of sports and media and is adept at handling all her cases with the utmost discretion whilst delivering the best outcome for her clients.
Click below to read Sarah's commentary in The Sunday Times
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