There are unforeseen events and complications that endanger the situation of the baby born by surrogacy. In order to protect the baby, it is essential to show foresight and anticipate all possible situations in the contract. For example, if the parents separate during pregnancy, it must be specified who has custody of the child and what steps must be taken.
It may also be the case that both parents of intention die, for example in an accident. For this reason, they have to draw up a will that mentions the person or persons legally responsible for the baby if they are absent.
In both situations, it is a matter of not leaving the child unprotected at birth.