Whether you are interested in becoming a surrogate mother, or you have struggled with infertility and are considering surrogacy or reproductive technology to create your family, it is important to be well informed about surrogacy law in Florida. There are specific legal requirements for surrogacy arrangements in Florida that allow for a surrogate mother to carry a baby on behalf of the intended parents.
Our attorneys have extensive knowledge and experience in reproductive law in Florida, and are able to create an agreement that will address the legal rights and responsibilities of both the intended parents and the surrogate mother to ensure that all legal requirements are met for a surrogacy arrangement in Florida. The attorneys have experience working with single intended parents, same sex couples, and intended parents who reside in the U.S. and internationally.
The following are frequently asked questions about surrogacy from intended parents and surrogate mothers, and answers to these questions which we hope are informative and assist you in learning more about surrogacy and reproductive law in Florida. If you have additional questions about surrogacy law in Florida, please contact our office to schedule a complimentary introductory consultation with one of our attorneys.