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Your Advocates And Guides Throughout Surrogacy

Gestational surrogacy allows intended parents to have a child with the assistance of a gestational carrier. The law, though, is very restrictive and must be obeyed closely to avoid painful disputes. We at Blacha Law Office, LLC, understand this firsthand as we have helped countless men and women expand their families with the help of surrogacy.

With decades of combined experience, we assist Illinois clients with all aspects of surrogacy law. Whether you have already decided to pursue surrogacy or are still considering it, we can help you with matters such as:

When you work with us, our attorneys always give personal attention to your needs. Assisted reproduction is more than just a legal issue. It is one of the most important and emotional steps that you could possibly face. Our compassionate, experienced team will be there for you for every development.

What Is The Illinois Gestational Surrogacy Act?

To address the growing popularity of surrogacy and safeguard the rights of all parties involved, Illinois lawmakers passed the Illinois Gestational Surrogacy Act of 2005. It lays out several requirements for the gestational surrogate and the intended parents.

As long as all parties meet these requirements and the gestational surrogate gives birth to the child in Illinois, you and your partner’s names can go directly onto the birth certificate. You usually do not need to acquire a pre-birth or post-birth parentage order and instead assume full parental rights.

Let Us Aid And Guide You

Adherence to the law and proactive planning can ensure that your journey toward parenthood is a smooth and happy one. With hundreds of successful surrogacy clients, we are the ones to assist you. If you live in the Naperville, Joliet or Chicago metro areas, contact us to schedule an initial consultation. Call us at 630-283-1987 or send us an email.