Our law firm can provide the legal services you need to obtain either a pre-birth or a post-birth order, or both when necessary, so that you will be recognized as the child’s legal parent(s) and your name(s) will be on the original birth certificate. This determination of legal parentage will properly ensure the legal status for all parties, most importantly the baby born.
When to begin
The steps to obtain a birth order should begin when your gestational surrogate is about three months pregnant to ensure that there is enough time to obtain a birth order before the child is born. In the event that the child is born before the pre-birth order is obtained, we can obtain a post-birth order instead.
From The LGBT BAR:
If you are working with a gestational surrogate that will deliver in a state where the process to recognize the parents is administrative, ARTparenting can assist you with necessary the paperwork. In other cases we may need to work with a local attorney where your gestational surrogate will deliver for the birth order process.
We have a network of attorneys in surrogacy-friendly states with whom we work to ensure a smooth journey no matter where your gestational surrogate delivers so that you are recognized as the sole legal parent(s).
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