Gestational Surrogacy is expressly prohibited under Michigan Surrogate Parenting Act MCL Section 722.855, declaring surrogacy contracts to be void and unenforceable as contrary to public policy. Surrogacy contracts for compensation are subject to criminal penalties.
Courts may grant Pre-Birth Orders if no payment or compensation has been made and the surrogate is a compassionate surrogate. Post-Birth Adoptions are permitted by a single person or by a married couple.
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