Yes, surrogacy is legal in Nevada. The state has comprehensive statutes, specifically Nevada Revised Statutes 126.500-126.810, that expressly permit gestational surrogacy. These laws provide a clear legal framework for surrogacy agreements, ensuring that arrangements for singles, unmarried couples, and LGBTQ+ individuals are accommodated. Nevada’s statutes facilitate the issuance of pre-birth orders to establish the intended parents’ legal rights, showcasing the state’s progressive and supportive stance towards surrogacy.