Jacksonville law firm Marks Gray is expanding its practice with the addition of assisted reproductive technologies and surrogacy law.
The new practice represents intended parents through the legal requirements of surrogacy, in vitro fertilization, reproductive donations, embryos and related issues.
Family law attorney Courtney Johnson leads the practice and continues her work on the litigation team.
“Surrogacy and all non-traditional reproduction have interesting, fascinating and sometimes confounding legal issues,” Johnson said in a news release. “I’m looking forward to helping couples as well as individuals navigate these issues as they build their families.”
Johnson is a member of the American Bar Association’s Family Law Section and its Assisted Reproductive Technologies Committee as well as the Jacksonville Bar Association’s Adoption Law and Family Law sections.
Johnson and her husband recently added to their family with a surrogate who carried their son.
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