Surrogacy laws in the United States differ from state to state. Some states have laws permitting surrogacy, while other states may not have a specific law in place but are still favorable for intended parents pursuing surrogacy. Depending on the intended parent’s specific situation some states are more suitable than others. In this virtual event we will guide you through a general overview of the legal status for surrogacy in different states, as well as talk about what specific circumstances make a state more or less favorable for intended parents. There will also be time for a Q&A with experienced intended parents and surrogacy lawyers.