Related to Surrogacy Laws | Posted on May 21st, 2019
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Georgia’s liberal legislation grants parenthood to couples, not surrogate mothers. In other words, surrogate mothers are not entitled to claim parenthood and children born of them, immediately upon birth, receive birth certificates with the names of their future parents indicated.
The Law of Georgia on Healthcare (Article 143) allows for using egg donation and surrogacy for IVF to treat infertile couples. Georgian legislation recognizes only a male and a female as a couple.
Medical tourism is a choice made by many people who wish to be treated with auxiliary reproduction technologies. This kind of tourism became especially popular in Georgia because of local legislation ...
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