Gestational Surrogacy

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There are two types of surrogacy arrangements, traditional surrogacy and gestational surrogacy.

In a traditional surrogacy arrangement, the surrogate is impregnated with the sperm of the Intended Father, or a donor sperm, and uses her own eggs. This type of surrogacy is not common.

In a gestational surrogacy arrangement, the surrogate, also called gestational carrier, carries a child to term that is not biologically related to her. The gestational carrier is impregnated with an embryo created from the union of the Intended Mother’s egg, or an egg donor, and the Intended Father’s sperm, or a sperm donor.

Surrogacy laws vary from state to state, and an understanding of the various laws and their applicability is crucial. Our experienced legal team assists our clients in understanding the various state laws and their applicability to the clients individualized situation. Our attorneys also work closely with our national and international network of professional, experienced and licensed attorneys to provide our clients with individualized and personal legal guidance in all aspects of reproductive law throughout their family building journey.

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