Gestational Surrogacy in Oklahoma is legalized by Oklahoma Gestational Agreement Act. “It is the policy of the State of Oklahoma to allow private parties to enter into gestational agreements in order to help facilitate the birth of children to parents who are not otherwise able to conceive or carry them, to allow gestational carriers of such children to be properly compensated for providing this important and selfless undertaking and to provide a mechanism to ensure that gestational agreements will be enforced and that the expectations of the parties to gestational agreements will be protected.”
A Pre-Birth Order may be obtained by a single Intended Parent or by a married couple, regardless of the Intended Parent’s genetic connection to the child, but the Gestational Carrier Agreement must be first validated by the court prior to any embryo transfer. Any party to the Gestational Carrier Agreement may file to validate the Agreement.
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