Gestational Surrogacy as LGBT Intended Parents

As an intended parent part of the LGBT community, you are probably wondering what the best course of action is to growing your family. Some questions you might have could include: How can gestational surrogacy be a good option for me as the intended parent? My partner and I want to be biologically related to our child. How can we make that happen? How is the future of our family protected? While these questions can seem overwhelming at first, there are reliable answers out there.

Our surrogacy agency believes everyone deserves a chance to have the family they want. We help LGBT intended parents build their families and protect them every step of the way. We offer gestational surrogacy because we believe it is the safest option for everyone involved. It’s important to be familiar with this type of surrogacy and learn how it can be the best path for you.

Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado can provide reliable resources for LGBT intended parents who choose gestational surrogacy.

Defining Gestational Surrogacy for LGBT Intended Parents

Gestational surrogacy is when the egg and/or sperm of the intended parents or a donor is used instead of the surrogate mother’s egg. This way, the child is not biologically linked to the surrogate mother. With this surrogacy option, the surrogate mother and the intended parents are protected both emotionally and legally. Gestational surrogacy allows our surrogacy agency to prioritize your mental and physical well-being. We believe this is the safest option for growing your family.

What to Expect When Going through the Gestational Surrogacy Process

Now that you are more familiar with gestational surrogacy, you are probably wondering what the Colorado surrogacy process will be like. At the start of your surrogacy journey, we will set up a consultation. This is when we can help you find a donor, or if you have a donor already in mind, we can work with them. Next, we match you to the wonderful surrogate mother who will be helping you grow your family. We match surrogate mothers and intended parents by personality, shared personal beliefs, and the best legal fit.

After you are matched with your surrogate mother, the medical and legal process is set in motion. Through this surrogacy process, you and your surrogate mother will bond as you reach your shared goal of bringing a life into this world. Our team of professionals is with you every step of the way. From doctor’s appointments to handling any legal matters, we make sure you, the surrogate mother, and your future child are protected in every way.

How Our Surrogacy Agency in Colorado Protects LGBT Intended Parents and Their Future Child

By working with our surrogacy agency in Colorado, you will have access to medical, legal, and emotional support. We will help you find a surrogacy lawyer, so you and your child are legally protected. We can help you and your surrogate mother bond through your incredible journey with access to our surrogacy counselors as well. We make sure all legal documents and certificates are completed to ensure your guardianship of your child. Our team knows that the surrogacy process can be emotionally stressful. We make sure to alleviate that in every way we can.

Your well-being is our top priority, so we make sure you always have someone you can reach out to. The gestational surrogacy process can seem long and tedious, but working with us can make it less stressful. We are here to help you grow your family.

Gestational Surrogacy for LGBT Intended Parents

We have your back as you take on this surrogacy journey. We make sure the surrogacy process is safe for everyone involved. With Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado, we provide a guide for your surrogacy journey and help along the way. It may take a village to raise a child, but with our reliable surrogacy agency, you will always have the support you need when starting your family.

Now that you know more about gestational surrogacy, are you ready to take on the next steps?

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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