In New Hampshire, gestational surrogacy is practiced, governed by state statute New Hampshire Revised Statutes Ann. 168-B (2014).
Traditional (genetic) surrogacy is permitted in the state, as there are no laws prohibiting it, although post-birth orders are required to complete the declaration of parentage and an adoption may be required.
Although the statute provides consistency from court to court throughout the state, we strongly recommend retaining legal counsel, knowledgeable of reproductive law in the state. This is of particular importance if you’re pursuing surrogacy as an international candidate- that is, if you’re from outside of the United States and working with a surrogate in New Hampshire.