Surrogacy law is multifaceted, as it depends on the individuals involved: the intended parents (IPs), the gestational carrier (GC), and any gamete donor(s). Surrogacy law varies according to the GC’s
Updated on 08/20/2021 Becoming a gestational surrogate is one of the most giving and selfless things that a woman can do for others. While it is a selfless act, it’s
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Updated on 07/14/2021 How Much Does Surrogacy Cost? One of our most asked questions is “how much does surrogacy cost?” Understanding the cost of surrogacy is incredibly important when making your
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By Haley Longman If you’re a prospective parent trying to grow your family, you’ve undeniably asked yourself if surrogacy or adoption is a better option for you. Both surrogacy and adoption are
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Navigating the surrogate process can be complicated, and it helps to understand the glossary of words and phrases involved in the journey. If you want to become a surrogate, we’ve
A surrogate home visit is an important part of the screening process. If you’d like to know more about how the process works, check out our post!
Women who want to help other individuals or couples experience the joy of raising a child may consider becoming a gestational surrogate—carrying a baby who isn’t biologically related to the surrogate.