Like a few other states, Colorado has no state law that deals specifically with surrogacy. However, Denver does have many laws that deal with assisted reproduction. For example, the law affirms that the male/husband of a couple, who conceives a child through donor sperm, can be considered the child’s father. Whereas, the mother/wife in a couple, who conceives a child through an Egg Donor, can be considered the child’s mother.
Keeping this in mind, however, the law explicitly excludes surrogacy from this statute, by addressing any woman who seeks “to conceive a child for herself, not as a Surrogate”. Surrogacy Agencies of Denver are also offering surrogacy for same sex couples even though there are currently no state laws that deal specifically with surrogacy for gay couples. However, in 2007 a law made it legal for LGBT individuals to adopt the child of their same-sex partner.