Florida Reproductive Law
Reproductive technology is emerging as one of the fastest growing methods of creating a family. Florida Law recognizes a person’s right to parent through surrogacy, preplanned adoption and donor arrangements. There are specific legal requirements that authorize a surrogate to carry a baby on behalf of the child’s intended parents, also known as commissioning parents. A surrogacy agreement that outlines the legal rights and responsibilities of the surrogate and intended parents must be entered into prior to commencing a pregnancy.
We have extensive experience drafting contracts, representing carriers and egg donors, and finalizing third party reproductive arrangements under all aspects of Florida’s reproductive law. Hausmann & Hickman, P.A. has represented intended parents who reside in the United States and internationally, as well as single intended parents and same-sex couples. We will work with you to create an agreement that meets the specific needs of your reproductive arrangement.
Whether you have identified a surrogate mother, or are simply interested in learning more about our legal services, surrogacy in Florida, and Florida reproductive law, please contact us to schedule a complimentary introductory consultation via telephone with one of our attorneys.
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to learn more about third party reproduction.