Bringing a new life into the world is a deeply personal decision. By taking time to understand the details of how surrogacy works, you can step forward confidently, knowing that you’ve done your homework.
While these questions and answers will get you started, surrogacy is an experience as unique as the individuals involved. After you have read through the information on our site, we would love to schedule a consultation with you, whether you are an Intended Parent or wish to become a Surrogate yourself.
The most important thing to know about how our agency works is that we stay involved in the process, helping everyone through this journey in a positive and loving manner.
Questions Commonly Asked
Both Parties Questions (1)
Intended Parents Questions (1)
Surrogate Questions (3)
A Surrogate’s average compensation package ranges from $24,000 up to $35,000, depending upon her previous Surrogate experience. This includes compensation for procedures, expense reimbursements or lost wages. While it may sound like a lot, this is not “easy money”. All Surrogates go through a screening process so that the sacrifices and risks are well understood. There are medications involved, along with injections, IVF procedures, a greater chance for conceiving multiples, hormonal changes, stress, physical wear and tear, a significant time commitment, and other sacrifices made by both her and her family.
The primary benefit in being a surrogate is to help someone start a family. This has to come from a deeply caring part of her nature; and, the real reward is much more than the financial aspect.