Surrogacy – frequent questions from genetic parents


Substitute motherhood has made it possible for thousands of men and women to become parents. But the decision to use the services of a surrogate is not an easy one. Most couples come to it the thorny way of worries, fears, and doubts. A couple who has realized that the help of another woman in bearing a child is their only chance raises a lot of questions. And to make an informed decision, they need to get answers to them. Will Mama agency specialists are ready to help with getting information – you can simply call the number listed on the website or write in an online chat. And if you are not ready to do it yet, read the answers to the most frequently asked questions about surrogacy programs for future genetic parents.

We want to become parents with the help of a surrogate mother. Is it necessary to be officially married?

According to the law couples can use surrogacy services. As to be registered as child’s parents a man and a woman should be married. This legal conflict is a consequence of the fact that surrogacy in our country is regulated by several legislative acts.

Who will register the baby when he or she is born?

We will take care of most of the formalities related to the registration of the baby at the registry office. When the baby is born, we will take care of the civil state registration of the baby. This is a standard procedure regardless of the way the baby was born. The consent of the surrogate’s spouse must be notarized before the program begins.

Can a surrogate mother keep her baby?

No. If the surmother is chosen correctly, she already has children of her own, she is psychologically stable, she is aware of the lack of genetic kinship with the child she is carrying and she is ready to hand him over to his real mother and father. An additional guarantee for the parents is a contract in which this consent is recorded. In addition, when drafting the contract, our lawyers consider all the risks, even the most unlikely ones, and ways of solving the problem in your favor.

Can a surrogate carry out intrauterine insemination instead of IVF to achieve pregnancy?

Intrauterine artificial insemination implies using the germ cells of the woman who will carry the baby. That is, in this case, the surrogate will also be the genetic mother of the baby. This is a traditional surrogacy, and in our country the law allows only the gestational surrogacy, when the surmother is not genetically linked with the embodied child. Gestational surrogacy is possible only using IVF.

If we go to your agency, can we count on complete confidentiality? I wouldn’t want anyone to know about it.

Of course not. Among the people who trusted us, there are famous enough people who wouldn’t work with an agency that wasn’t prepared to provide privacy.

No question for you? To get an in-depth look at how our agency works. Fill out the genetic parent application and come in for your first consultation with our specialist.


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