Surrogacy is becoming more and more common in the world because of its possibilities for increasing the family. It means an arrangement whereby a surrogate mother agrees to carry and give birth to a child for other people or a person. Currently, there are two types of surrogate motherhood, gestational and traditional. In traditional surrogacy, the egg of the surrogate mother is used for fertilization. Pregnancy usually occurs through intrauterine insemination (IUI). In this method, the surrogate mother has a genetic link with the child. Gestational surrogacy remains the most common type of surrogacy in the world. In gestational surrogacy, an embryo conceived by the method of in vitro fertilization (IVF) is transferred to the womb of the surrogate mother in laboratory conditions and using the eggs and sperm of the intended parents or donors. Therefore, with this type of surrogate motherhood, there is no genetic connection between the child and the surrogate mother, thanks to this, legal registration is much easier and ethical issues do not arise.