Gestational Surrogacy is generally permitted in Alaska. There is no statutory law that expressly permits surrogacy and courts are typically favorable towards surrogacy arrangements. Pre-Birth Orders are granted to married heterosexual couples who used their own eggs and sperm. It is unclear whether Pre-Birth Orders will be granted under different circumstances.
*Because there is no case law it is unclear whether these circumstances would be accepted by the court. Please consult with a local attorney to determine if you can move forward with gestational surrogacy under these conditions
Pre-Birth Orders are typically filed in Anchorage. Pre-Birth Orders have been granted for married heterosexual couples who used their own eggs and sperm. It is unclear whether Pre-Birth Orders will be granted under different circumstances.
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