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If you are considering working with a surrogate, you will be best served by
working with an attorney who has experience in surrogacy. There are many facets
to a surrogacy arrangement that you may not have considered. While an attorney
can add to the overall cost of surrogacy, it is in the best interest of both
parties and can provide you with more peace of mind than a less-structured
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One legal detail with which a surrogacy attorney should help you is completing the birth certificate. If you would like your names to appear on the birth certificate, a surrogacy attorney can work on your behalf to have the birth certificate issued with your names on it. This can be done in surrogacy-friendly states, even if surrogacy is not legal in your home state.
Work with a Surrogacy Attorney to Specify Your Child's Guardian
Another detail of surrogacy arrangements with which an attorney can help is the custody of your child. Should anything happen to you while the surrogate is pregnant, an attorney will help you specify a guardian for your child. For these and other aspects of a surrogacy arrangement, contact us at Intended Parents, Inc, and we can help you understand the legal issues involved.
Our services are flexible and you can use them at any stage of the process, whether you have already found a surrogate mother, need to be paired with one, or if you need to identify an egg donor. Our agency will work with surrogacy attorneys to help you draft a contract that includes information such as financial compensation and hospital care. To learn more about the services available from our agency or to get started, contact us today. Call 732 526 7013 or click here to send us an email.
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