When it comes to surrogacy (also known as “womb for rent”), thousands of doubts and questions come to mind.
What does the Italian law say?
How does surrogacy work abroad?
Answering to these questions often requires an in-depth analysis of the Italian law, as well as of the foreign law and of other countries’ regulations.
Namely, in Italy, surrogacy is prohibited by Law 40/2004, article 12, paragraph 6.
It is therefore important to understand the effects and consequences of such choice.
I provide my clients with comprehensive legal advice on the Italian law, and pay special attention to the comparative aspects of the matter and of international private law.