It looks like surrogacy could be an amazing option for you!
The best thing to do now is speak with a surrogacy agency.
Surrogacy might not be right for you at this time.
One or more of your answers do not meet the qualifications for surrogacy.
If you come back to the idea of surrogacy later in life, it could be right for you then!
It looks like surrogacy could be a great way to start or grow your family!
No matter which state you live in, surrogacy is an amazing opportunity to grow your family or to give intended parents the gift of parenthood.
There are no federal laws governing surrogacy in the U.S. — which means surrogacy laws by state can vary widely. This leads to a lot of questions for prospective surrogates and intended parents considering this path. We’re here to help you answer these questions.
To help you better understand surrogacy laws, we created the articles below to break down surrogacy laws state-by-state. You can click on any state to learn more about the laws and processes in that area.
Familiarizing yourself with surrogacy-friendly states (states that allow surrogacy and have a clear, well-defined process) can assist you in choosing the best states to begin your surrogacy process in. Understanding the surrogacy laws of your state can help you feel more confident when embarking on your surrogacy journey.
To get more information about surrogacy laws in your state or to start the surrogacy process in your state, contact a surrogacy professional now.
This page is always being updated with additional information; check back soon for more information about surrogacy in your state!
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