Surrogacy Law in Michigan

no-image Surrogacy contracts of all kinds are illegal, null and void in a court of law. Further, it is a crime to enter into or facilitate a surrogacy contract with a surrogate who is a minor or who has a developmental disability, regardless of any compensation amount.

In the State of Michigan, entering into or facilitating a surrogacy contract with compensation beyond reimbursement of expenses incurred is a crime. Entering or facilitating a surrogacy contract with a minor or an individual who has a developmental disability is a crime.

In general, intended parents may enter into a gestational surrogacy agreement in Michigan so long as there is no compensation, but an adoption of the child will be required.
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