Gestational surrogacy contracts are enforceable in court. At least one intended parent must be a genetic parent for the contract to be legal. State laws do not define whether genetic surrogacy contracts are enforceable in court.
A surrogate may be compensated in addition to expenses incurred.
Intended parents must be married to each other for a surrogacy contract to be valid. This includes same sex spouses.
Single parents cannot enter into surrogacy contracts in the state of Utah.
A surrogate or the intended parents must be residents of Utah for at least 90 days prior to filing a proceeding to recognize a surrogacy contract.