Connecticut Surrogacy Laws
Gestational surrogacy is permitted in Connecticut by statute (Conn. Gen. Stat. §7-48a.). In gestational surrogacy situations, the statute orders Vital Records to issue a Connecticut birth certificate naming the intended parents on the birth certificate in accordance with a court order.
Traditional surrogacy is permitted in Connecticut because no statute or case law prohibits it. As a result, both types of surrogacy are permitted and practiced in cities like Bridgeport, New Haven, and Hartford.
Laws Concerning Parentage Orders in Connecticut
Courts can grant pre-birth parentage orders in Connecticut gestational surrogacy cases. Connecticut courts do not grant pre-birth parentage orders in traditional surrogacy cases.
Egg and Sperm Donor Law in Connecticut
Under Connecticut statute, any sperm, egg, or embryo donor or person claiming to be a donor, whether identified or anonymous, has no rights, interests, or obligations in or to any child born as a result of artificial insemination (Conn. Gen. Stat. § 45a-775.).
Connecticut Stepparent and Second-Parent Adoption Law
Connecticut statute allows for a stepparent living in Connecticut to adopt their partner’s child as long as the stepparent is in a committed relationship with the partner.
Fertility Clinics in Connecticut
- Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut, 203-750-7400
- Yale Fertility Center of New Haven, 203-785-4708
- New England Fertility Institute, 203-325-3200
- Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, 844-467-3483
- Hartford Fertility, 860-263-7501
- Greenwich Fertility, 203-863-2990 and 203-286-6810
- Park Avenue Fertility, 203-372-6700 and 855-901-2229
- Center for Advanced Reproductive Services, 860-525-8283
Talk to Baby Steps Surrogacy Center, Inc.
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