Currently, there is a gap in the legislation governing surrogacy in Ireland. Therefore, children born with the help of surrogate motherhood do not have legal relations with the intended mother or second father. Therefore, parents of such children are forced to prove paternity in court after the birth of the child. In such a situation, the child is discriminated against because of the circumstances of his conception, and this legal gap in the legislation needs to be corrected, which was also emphasized by the Supreme Court. This important issue needs to be corrected as many families remain unrecognized and not protected by law.