9 Great Questions for Intended Parents to Ask Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado
Are you and your partner or spouse loving people who want to start a family but are struggling to have a child of your own? Have you been trying to have a child for years but, because of health issues, you are unable to? Are you and your partner or spouse a same-sex couple who hope to have a biological child? If any of these questions apply to you, then becoming an intended parent might be the answer for you!
If you have found that intended parenthood can be the best option for you, you might be feeling a sense of relief and eagerness to start your surrogacy journey. The path ahead of you might seem rocky, but with help from the right team of professionals, you can get closer to having a child of your own to love and care for. As you do your research, you might feel overwhelmed with questions you are struggling to find the answers to and need help making sense of everything.
But don’t worry, you can breathe a little easier now. With these great questions for intended parents to ask Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado, you can start your journey to parenthood on the right track.
1. What are there Qualifications that Me and/or my Partner or Spouse have to Meet to Become Intended Parent(s)?
As you and/or your partner or spouse are taking on this incredible milestone, you might be wondering what the first steps are in becoming intended parents. With our surrogacy agency, you go through a well-organized step-by-step plan. This plan makes sure you are matched with a surrogate mother who is the best fit for you. Medical screenings and legal matters go over smoothly, and everyone involved is cared for. Our biggest qualification is that you are kindhearted people looking to grow your family.
2. Who are the Types of Intended Parents Your Surrogacy Agency Helps?
A concern you might have is how your family dynamic is accepted and taken care of. Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado works with intended parents and individuals of all backgrounds! We help heterosexual couples, same-sex couples, transracial couples, and individuals who need help growing their families.
We believe that everyone deserves the family they hope for. We make sure that every step you take gets you closer and closer to having that family.
3. How do I/We Find a Surrogate Mother?
If you are struggling to find a good match, then our surrogacy agency can help you. We can match you with a surrogate mother who meets the necessary requirements and has gone through a thorough screening.
4. What if I/We already have a Surrogate Mother in Mind?
If you have an identified surrogate, then you can work with them through our surrogacy agency. The surrogate mother you have chosen and connected with can work with us and access the resources she needs. She can be a family member or a close friend who wants to help you grow your family.
5. How will the Child be Genetically Linked to My Partner or Spouse and Me?
With gestational surrogacy, you can use the intended mother’s egg, which can be fertilized by the intended father’s sperm in a lab. Then, through the process of “in vitro fertilization” (IVF), the fertilized egg is transplanted into the surrogate mother’s uterus. Another option for you is to let us help find a genetic donor or regular donor for you.
6. How are the Legal Matters Handled by Your Surrogacy Agency?
As you get to know the process of becoming an intended parent, some legal concerns might pop up for you. Our surrogacy agency in Colorado provides legal contracts that give you, the intended parent(s), legal guardianship of your child. With our legal team and a lawyer you have hired, all legal matters will be taken care of.
7. How Closely will I/We be Working with Our Surrogate Mother?
You and your surrogate mother will form a very close bond as you both take on this journey. You will find that you will be relying on each other for support and build a close relationship. Our surrogacy agency helps you bond with your surrogate mother, providing a deeply connective relationship. You will be with your surrogate mother every step of the way as they carry your child.
8. What Resources do I Have Access to with Your Surrogacy Agency?
With all these steps, the paperwork, and the general stress and emotions that come with this incredible journey, you are probably hoping you have the right people to rely on. With Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado, you will be supported by our medical, legal, and coordination team. We make sure to provide you with the best support and protection through your surrogacy journey!
9. How Long does it Take to Have a Baby through a Surrogate Mother?
Now that you have a better idea of what goes into the surrogacy process, you are probably dying to know when your child will arrive. Each step takes about 3 to 6 months with the addition of the 9 month pregnancy. However, this can also vary, as everyone’s surrogacy journey is unique. While the surrogacy process may seem like a long one, it does not need to be a hard one. Our team will make sure each step goes smoothly for you and your growing family. Before you know it, your baby will be here!
Great Questions for Intended Parents to Ask
It’s hard when you want to start a family, but don’t have the means or support you need. However, there are safe, reliable options for you! By working with us, you can rest assured that you and your growing family will be exceptionally cared for. You are not alone on this wonderful adventure.
We hope the questions provided help you start your surrogacy journey on the right foot. If you have any further questions or concerns don’t hesitate to reach out to us!
If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and want to learn more about your adoption options, contact Adoption Choices of Colorado by email, phone, or text: Email Us, Text us: 720-371-1099, Call us: 303-670-4673 (HOPE). If you are hoping to adopt, please contact us here.
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