FAQ's

  1. A relatively short waiting time (if any) for matching a surrogate to the Intended Parents, depending on requirements
  2. Affordable costs
  3. Quality IVF labs can clinics with high success rates

Heterosexual married couples based on medical indications including:

  1. Absence of a uterus
  2. Deformation of the cavity or neck of the uterus due to congenital developmental defects or surgical treatments, and benign tumors that would result in an unsuccessful pregnancy;
  3. Structural-morphological or anatomic changes of endometrium, which has lead to loss of receptivity.
  4. Serious somatic diseases – where carrying of a pregnancy threatens the health or life of the recipient, but does not influence the health of the future child;
  5. Repeated, unsuccessful IVF attempts (four or more) with repeated obtainment of high quality embryos, the transfer of which did not lead to a pregnancy.

No, if you send power of attorney notarized with Apostille, Legal can sign all contracts on your behalf and you can come only for the birth of your baby and send semen/embryos to start the program.

This depends on the relationship between the Intended Parents and their surrogate and all of their expectations regarding contact. Some Intended Parents prefer less contact with their surrogate and some prefer to be more involved. It is important that these expectations are discussed with Legal prior to matching with a surrogate to ensure a successful arrangement.

Most surrogates do not speak English; some speak Basic English. Legal Surrogacy will assist with conference calls and translation services with your surrogate.