Surrogacy FAQs

One of the most frequently asked questions on Surrogacy is its legality. In some states, this procedure is actually legal and already has established laws and regulations. This is ideal for couples who are in need of the service to make their dreams of starting their own family a reality. There are some states which have opposing views on the matter, such as New York and New Jersey.

Even with the growing appeal of this procedure, there are still a lot of people who are confused with the idea of Surrogacy.

What exactly is Surrogacy?

Surrogacy is when intended parents go into an agreement with a surrogate to carry their baby for them. It can either be traditional, where the surrogate is impregnated naturally or artificially, resulting to a genetic relation between the baby and the surrogate. Gestational, on the other hand, only makes the surrogate a “carrier” where the intended mom’s egg and the intended dad’s sperm are combined and the resulting embryo is transferred to the surrogate.

How much is the cost for Surrogacy?

This procedure is expensive and will require a lot time and patience from the intended parents. Partnering with a Surrogacy agency is ideal to help you get all the information and support you need to go through this process.

Are there any instances in which the Surrogate claims the child?

A surrogate undergoes a series of examinations to check her physical, mental and emotional competence to see through this process. Furthermore, a legal and binding agreement is signed and acknowledged by the surrogate and the intended parents to protect the interests of everyone concerned.