Surrogacy Legal Process Articles
The laws of surrogacy vary depending on where you live and your particular circumstances. That's why it's so important to work with an experienced ART attorney throughout your journey. The information that American Surrogacy has provided here about the general legal processes of surrogacy, insurance, parentage orders and other legal steps that intended parents often encounter may be useful to you, but are not meant to replace professional legal advice from a surrogacy attorney. Please consult your attorney if you have questions, or contact American Surrogacy if you need a referral to a reputable ART legal professional.
Surrogacy contracts are necessary — no matter the type of surrogacy. Here's why a legal surrogacy agreement is needed to protect everyone's best interests, what goes into a typical contract and how to complete yours.
Surrogacy laws can be complex, but here, we'll walk you through the surrogacy legal process that intended parents will need to complete with their attorney.
The legal steps needed to establish parentage as an intended parent in surrogacy can vary. Legally confirming your rights as your child's parent may happen with a pre-birth order or with post-birth legal measures. Learn more about what may be required in your situation here.
Figuring out how health insurance factors into your surrogacy journey as an intended parent can be intimidating. American Surrogacy will make sure you're as covered as possible.