Yes, surrogacy is legal in Connecticut. The state allows gestational surrogacy under case law and practice, and this includes arrangements for singles, unmarried couples, and LGBTQ+ individuals. Connecticut law typically permits the issuance of pre-birth orders to establish the intended parents’ legal rights. The Connecticut Parentage Act (CPA) permits gestational surrogacy, provides an accessible path to parentage for children born through assisted reproduction, and strengthens protections for children born through surrogacy.