Surrogacy Laws in Michigan

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Fast Facts

  • Is Michigan a surrogate friendly state: No.
  • Can Parent(s) obtain a birth order without an adoption: No, compensated surrogacy is not legal in Michigan.
  • Can birth order be obtained without a genetic connection to Child: No, compensated surrogacy is not legal in Michigan.

Summary of Michigan Surrogacy Law

Pursuant to Michigan law, surrogacy arrangements and agreements are void and unenforceable as contrary to public policy. Compensated surrogacy is strictly prohibited, and anyone who enters into a compensated surrogacy arrangement is subject to criminal penalties. However, uncompensated or altruistic surrogacy arrangements are permitted and practiced in Michigan.

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