Surrogates are a tremendous help to parents who are unable to birth children traditionally. For both surrogates and parents, however, it is important to understand the legal risks that arise during surrogacy.
Like many other states, Minnesota does not yet have specific surrogacy laws. Even so, surrogate parents will need to take specific steps to be legally established as the child’s parents. Similarly, surrogates themselves need a lawyer to protect their legal rights during a surrogate contract agreement. Without a solid plan and framework in place, surrogates and parents-to-be may find their legal rights are not adequately protected.
Kuettner Legal, PLLC has the experience needed to guide surrogates or parents-to-be through the complexities of surrogacy. We will help you put a plan in place that ensures your legal rights are not needlessly jeopardized.
Located in Mankato, Minnesota and serving Southern Minnesota, Kuettner Legal, PLLC looks forward to helping meet your surrogacy needs. Contact us to discuss the facts, timeline and specific legal needs concerning your surrogacy issues.