Because surrogacy is a complex process, there are many laws and legal guidelines in place to protect intended parents, children and surrogates like you. These laws can be complicated and will usually vary based on your circumstances — but it’s important to be aware of them and of your rights in this process. Find everything you need to know about the legal aspects of surrogacy below.
What You Should Know About the Surrogacy Legal Process
The surrogacy legal process is complicated, but an accomplished surrogacy attorney can ensure all your needs are honored, and your rights are protected.
What to Know About Surrogacy Contracts as a Surrogate
A surrogacy contract will ensure you and the intended family remain protected and get what you need throughout your surrogacy journey.
Establishing Parental Rights in Surrogacy [A Guide]
Although the surrogate isn’t responsible for establishing parental rights in surrogacy, it’s good to understand how the process works. This guide details how intended parents can establish parentage depending on their state.
Are There Laws on Surrogacy in the United States? [Yes – Learn More Here]
Before you begin your journey as a surrogate, it’s important to understand the specific surrogacy laws in the United States. Check out this guide to learn more!
Countries Where Surrogacy is Legal [and 11 Countries Where Surrogacy is Banned]
Before you start the international surrogacy process, know there are many international surrogacy laws to understand. Read on to learn where surrogacy is legal and where it's banned, and what you need to know.
Will My Surrogacy Be Covered By Insurance? [Health Insurance for Surrogates]
Does insurance cover gestational surrogacy? Do I need health insurance to be a surrogate mother? Check out this guide to learn all you need to know about health insurance for surrogates.