The Keystone State has agreeable surrogacy laws for both intended parents and surrogates. If you're looking to become a surrogate mother in Pennsylvania – or you're matched with a gestational carrier from PA – you’re in luck. We've been working with gestational carriers from Pennsylvania for many years who have helped make dreams of parenthood come true for others.
Since 1995, we've helped numerous intended parents and surrogates achieve successful surrogacies on the east coast and all over the United States.
Pennsylvania statutes do not directly address surrogacy agreements, but a number of cases from the state's higher courts have treated surrogacy favorably.
Establishing parentage for a surrogacy in Pennsylvania is typically done by way of a pre-birth order, which allows the surrogate and intended parents to complete all necessary paperwork and obtain the parentage order before the birth occurs. In general, the parties do not need to appear in court.