Legislation now makes gestational surrogacy a realistic and attractive option for families.
For individuals and couples, especially those in the LGBTQ community, who wish to become parents but are physically unable for whatever reason, gestational surrogacy can be life changing. It helps people achieve the reality of having the family and parenthood that they could only once dream about. Legislation signed by New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan on Monday, July 21, 2014 recognizes this reality and places New Hampshire at the forefront of surrogacy law.
New Hampshire is a surrogacy-friendly state and the recently enacted Senate Bill 353 continues to help make gestational surrogacy a realistic and attractive option for families in New Hampshire, New England, and even throughout the United States and Europe. The Bill reflects the advances in assisted reproduction technologies and establishes up-to-date and consistent standards and procedural safeguards for the protection of all parties. Bianco Professional Association, as one of the authors of the new law, serves clients interested in becoming parents through gestational surrogacy, gestational carriers, and donors, and is committed to making the process an enriching and successful one for everyone involved.
If you or someone you know would like to learn more about gestational surrogacy and the options it provides to both prospective parents and carriers, please contact Bianco P.A. toll-free at 800-262-8112, locally at 603-225-7170, or by using our contact form. Our team of attorneys and surrogacy specialists are prepared to answer your questions.