In Alaska, the courts are generally favorable toward gestational surrogacy. That is to say, no statute or published case law prevents it. With that said, pre-birth adoption orders have only been granted to married heterosexual couples using their own egg and sperm. In other cases, post-birth adoption orders have been the standard.
Similarly, the courts are favorable toward traditional (genetic) surrogacy in Alaska; again, no statute or published case law prohibits it.