ok so im looking into being a surrogate and I was looking into the laws for my state (FL) no does this mean me as a surrogate mother have to be married or the parents im giving the baby to have to be married?
"Florida gestational surrogacy statutes impose strict requirements on the contracts, among them limiting involvement to “couple[s that] are legally married and are both 18 years of age or older.”
In the 2000 case of Lowe v. Broward County, a Florida District Court of Appeals noted that the right to enter into surrogate-parenting agreements is reserved for married couples only and is one of the many rights that domestic partners are denied. "
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