Yes, LGBTQ+ individuals and same-sex couples can pursue surrogacy in Minnesota. While the state does not have explicit surrogacy statutes, the absence of prohibitive laws means that surrogacy is accessible to all intended parents, regardless of marital status, sexual orientation, or genetic link to the child. However, the legal process for securing parental rights through surrogacy, including obtaining pre-birth or post-birth parentage orders, may require specific legal strategies tailored to each situation. LGBTQ+ families are encouraged to seek legal advice from professionals experienced in surrogacy and family law in Minnesota to ensure their rights are fully protected.