Gestational Surrogacy is expressly prohibited under R.R.S. Neb. 25-21, 200, declaring surrogacy contracts to be void and unenforceable. Gestational Surrogacy is carried out in Nebraska regardless and the statute provides that the biological father born pursuant to a surrogacy contract shall have all the rights and obligations imposed by law with respect to such child.
Pre-Birth Orders are prohibited in the state of Nebraska, but courts may grant Post-Birth Orders to biological fathers only. All other Intended Parents must go through a post-birth adoption process.
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