It’s great to see New Jersey to finally pass this bill and set the parameters for surrogacy! In California, the rules are similar and we are able to place the intended parents’ names on the birth certificate when the child is born. Both the gestational carrier (surrogate) and her partner/husband are represented by a reproductive lawyer, as well as the intended parents. The two parties have to sign a legal contract to specify the intent of the parties. In some counties, the intended parents and the surrogate couple have to appear before the judge before birth of the child before the judgment will be issued by the court. Any questions? Contact your RFC coordinator.
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