Yes, Nevada is considered a surrogacy-friendly state, supported by explicit statutory laws that govern surrogacy. The Nevada Revised Statutes 126.500-126.810 expressly permit gestational surrogacy, outlining clear standards and protections for surrogacy agreements. These laws ensure that pre-birth parentage orders can be obtained by any intended parent, regardless of marital status, sexual orientation, or genetic connection to the child, making the legal landscape in Nevada particularly accommodating for surrogacy arrangements. Unlike the previously described scenario, Nevada’s legislative framework provides consistency across the state, reducing the variability that can be seen in states where surrogacy is governed by judicial discretion. This comprehensive statutory approach supports a wide range of intended parents, including singles, unmarried couples, and LGBTQ+ individuals, in establishing legal parentage.