Gestational Surrogacy in Florida is permitted under Florida Ch. 742.15 FL Stat. Gestational Surrogacy contracts will not be enforceable unless the Intended Parents are married and all parties to the contract are 18 years of age or older.
Pre-Birth Orders are suggested, but not required, to be filed once the pregnancy reaches the second trimester but are typically only available to married couples where at least one Intended Parent shares a genetic relationship with the child.
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