Gestational Surrogacy is in Ohio by published case law (J.F v. D.B, 879 N.E.2d 740, 2007). No public policy is violated when a Gestational Surrogacy contract is entered into.
Pre-Birth Orders can be obtained by any Intended Parent in most circumstances, whether married or unmarried, a heterosexual or same sex couple, or individual, and even if nether Intended Parent is genetically related.
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