The relationship between Intended Parents and their Gestational Carrier is one that can last a lifetime. That's why it's so important to be sure that the relationship is built with the assistance of experienced, qualified, legal counsel who work with your best interests in mind, and a clear view of exactly what the legal issues involved are.
A Gestational Carrier Agreement is a contract between Intended Parents, Surrogate and her partner/spouse, if applicable. These agreements are binding contracts that act as a roadmap for the process of baby making outside the bedroom. It will set forth the Parties' rights, obligations, intentions and expectations. The agreement binds the Parties on important issues including compensation, future custody, delivery and medical decisions, future contact and obligations such as expenses and insurance (both health and life). The Gestational Carrier Agreement is negotiated once the Intended Parents and the Surrogate have been matched; all screening is complete and all medical issues have been addressed by the health care provider.
Gestational Carrier Agreement Services:
Legal document review
Drafting and negotiation of the gestational carrier agreement
Connections with reputable gestational carrier services