Surrogacy is a process by which a woman carries and gives birth to a child for another couple. In gestational surrogacy, the surrogate has no biological relationship with the child. Surrogacy is different from egg donation and sperm donation because the surrogate is not providing eggs or sperm but an entire pregnancy. Although surrogacy agreements are legally binding contracts, they are legally void where prohibited by law.
During the surrogate matching process, intended parents will review profiles of potential surrogates find the one that will fits their needs. Profiles include age, current family situation, personal interests and hobbies, past pregnancies, and other relevant details. In addition to the profile, a surrogate provides the results of psychological evaluations to ensure she is emotionally fit to handle the demands of surrogacy.
As part of the matching process, intended parents will also access medical records from the surrogate’s past pregnancies and her OB-GYN.
Once intended parents and select a surrogate have been matched, they can begin the medical screening process and proceed with signing an agreement.This document outlines both parties’ rights and responsibilities.
In gestational surrogacy, (also called host or full surrogacy), the surrogate becomes pregnant using IVF. The egg comes from either an egg donor or one of the prospective mothers (the latter being known as partial surrogacy); fertilization occurs through artificial insemination in the clinic.The embryo is implanted into the surrogate’s uterus, who will carry the baby to term. In some cases, there may be more than one embryo implanted to increase the chances of pregnancy or to have twins..
Surrogacy Laws in Georgia
You may be wondering if the legal process of surrogacy is complicated in Georgia. Fortunately, Georgia has very favorable laws regarding gestational surrogacy agreements. Tammuz arranges attorney services to all IPs to draft contracts and outline all aspects of the relationship between the surrogate mother and the intended parents.
Cost of Surrogacy in Georgia
The cost of the Surrogacy Services in Georgia can vary depending on the agency and your specific needs. Cost determined based on the plan you select, and the services you need to include or exclude from it. Surrogacy cost canrange from $40,000 to $90,000 and cover things like IVF procedures, embryo transfers, donor sperm/eggs/embryos if applicable, attorney fees (for both sides), legal contracts for everyone involved (the surrogate mother and family).
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Begin Your Surrogacy Journey With Tammuz
If you’ve been thinking about surrogacy we are here to guide you through the journey! Whether it is answering your questions and providing additional information about surrogacy process, or working together on making your dream of parenthood a reality, Tammuz is here for you! Our caring and dedicated surrogacy professionals take each family, couple, single parent individually. We provide personalized services desined for your unique needs. Tammuz has walked hundreds of intended parents through the surrogacy journey, supporting and assisting along the way. And our hard work has been paid off with over 1,000 healthy babies born withmany more to come. Join Tammuz family today for your chance of living the life you deserve and having the family you dream about! It will be our honor to support you.Start planning your surrogacy journey today, Contact us for a free consultation.