Gestational Surrogacy is permitted by Colorado House Bill 1022 enacted as of May 6,
2021 which provides for Colorado Revised Stated Title 19 Article 4.5 101-114.
Before, on, or after the birth of a Child conceived by assisted reproduction pursuant to a
surrogacy agreement, a party to the agreement may commence a proceeding in a juvenile
court in the state by filing a petition for determination of parent-child relationship with
admissions of parentage, as applicable by the intended parents, and admissions of
non-parentage by the gestational surrogate and their spouse, if any, as applicable and for an
Order declaring that Intended Parents are the parents of the Child.
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