LGBT Surrogacy Articles
If you’re an LGBT intended parent, surrogacy is one of the best ways that you can have a child who is biologically related to you. Knowing this, you’re probably excited for the process ahead and the chance to finally become the family you’ve always dreamed about being.
However, like all intended parents new to the surrogacy process, you probably have a lot of questions. Will you be able to find a surrogate if you’re an LGBT couple or individual? Are there any laws affecting same-sex surrogacy? How does the egg and sperm donation process work?
At American Surrogacy, we understand that you’ll want to have all of those questions answered before you decide to pursue this life-changing parenthood process. That’s why our surrogacy specialists are happy to discuss our same-sex surrogacy program with you and address whatever questions and concerns you may have. To learn more today, please call our offices at 1-800-875-BABY(2229) or read our articles below on the many different aspects of an LGBT surrogacy.
While we use terms like “gay surrogacy” and “gay parents” across our site, we know you’re more than your sexual orientation. Here’s why we use this terminology.
How does surrogacy work for gay couples? American Surrogacy can answer this — and help you complete your gay surrogacy if you want to start your family today.
You will likely need to complete an additional legal process for parental rights if you complete an LGBT surrogacy. Here’s what to know.
Gay parents in the U.S. may wonder what effects their sexual orientation will have on their children — and how surrogacy plays a role.
What are the baby options for gay couples wanting to add to their family? In many cases, you can use a baby adoption or assisted reproductive technology.
Finding the perfect surrogate is an integral part of your surrogacy process, which is why w we work closely with all gay couples looking for surrogate mothers.
If you’re considering surrogacy as an LGBT couple, it’s important to find the right gay surrogacy agency to help you become parents. American Surrogacy can help.
If you’re considering a gay surrogacy in countries other than the U.S., you need to know that the process will be complex — and may not even be possible.