Alaska Surrogacy Laws
There is no Alaska case law or any Alaska statute that prohibits would-be parents from practicing gestational surrogacy or traditional surrogacy within Alaska. Both types of surrogacy are permitted in this state and are practiced throughout cities like Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau.
Law Concerning Parentage Orders in Alaska
In 2014, an Alaskan court granted a pre-birth parentage order to a heterosexual married couple who used their own egg and sperm to conceive their child. Traditionally, Alaska has used a post-birth adoption process for children born to parents who employed the use of a gestational surrogate.
Attorneys in Alaska are optimistic that more pre-birth orders will be issued, but obtaining a post-birth adoption remains the practiced norm for children born to intended parents through the use of a gestational surrogate.
Egg and Sperm Donor Law in Alaska
There is no Alaska case law or statute that addresses the rights of sperm donors or egg donors over the resulting sperm, eggs, embryos, or children born of assisted reproduction.
Alaska Stepparent and Second-Parent Adoption Law
In Alaska, a stepparent or second-parent adoption does not require that the stepparent or second parent is married to the child’s biological parent (AS. § 25.23.020, AS. §25.23.010.).
Fertility Clinics in Alaska
- Women’s Care of Alaska, 907-279-2273
- Denali Ob-Gyn Clinic, 907-222-9930
Call Baby Steps Surrogacy Center, Inc.
Baby Steps Surrogacy Center, Inc. is here to help your dream of bringing a child into your family become a reality. To find out more about how we can help you and learn more about Alaska surrogacy laws, give us a call at 412-281-9906 or reach us through the contact buttons at the top of this page.