Surrogacy in Belgium
Belgium does not regulate surrogacy, so its citizens undergo surrogacy programs in countries where provisions on surrogacy are regulated by law and where they can obtain guarantees.
When it is said that in Belgium surrogacy is not regulated by the state, it means that there is a legal vacuum in the country in matters of surrogacy. That is, in Belgium this area of reproductive medicine is neither permitted nor prohibited. The consequences of this are complete uncertainty, which entails the incertitude of the future parents in many issues related to the consequences of surrogacy during the course in the country. And in a situation where countries with a clear legislation of this matter and accordingly with experienced specialists in the field of surrogacy who are ready to offer their services are almost within walking distance, the choice of the Belgians citizens is obvious.