Is Surrogacy Legal in Colorado?

Are you an intended parent or surrogate mother trying to start their surrogacy journey? Are you concerned about your state’s stance on surrogacy? Are you a resident of Colorado hoping to begin their surrogacy journey? If yes, then let’s talk about legal surrogacy in Colorado.

Whether you’re a surrogate mother or intended parent, you probably have concerns about the obstacles in your journey—one of them being if surrogacy is legal in your state. Let’s tackle some concerns you might have about the surrogacy process in Colorado.

Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado is driven to help anyone who wants to grow their family. Our agency will help you every step of the way to achieve your dream of helping raise a family or having a family of your own.

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a surrogate, please call or text us at 303-670-4673 (HOPE) or visit us at Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado.

What is the Surrogacy Process in Colorado?

In the state of Colorado, gestational surrogacy is legal! With gestational surrogacy, the surrogate mother has no genetic ties to the baby she is carrying. This is done through “in vitro fertilization” (IVF), where the intended mother’s egg is fertilized in a lab by the intended father’s sperm. The surrogate mother then carries the fertilized egg to term. This process protects everyone emotionally, mentally, and legally.

At the start of your surrogacy journey, both as an intended parent or surrogate mother, you will go through our application process. You will contact our team of professionals who will be ready to help you every step of the way. Our agency will help match you to your surrogate mother and intended parent(s) through interviews. Once you find your match, we will help you go through legal documents and medical appointments to focus on the incredible journey you are taking on. You will also have access to reliable resources that can help you keep your peace of mind so you can focus on supporting your surrogate mother and your intended parent(s).

What if I Live in a State Where Surrogacy is Illegal?

If you currently live in a state where surrogacy is illegal, you might be feeling discouraged. But there are options for intended parents and surrogate mothers who still wish to start families. For intended parents living in states where surrogacy is illegal, you can still work with our agency and the surrogate mothers who work with us. For surrogate mothers in states where surrogacy is illegal, you can still work with our Colorado agency. Still, to receive compensation, you must live in a legal surrogacy state. The goal of our agency is to allow growing the family they are hoping for and allow for people who wish to help these intended parents achieve their goal. Be sure to speak to your surrogacy caseworker or legal adviser, to find out more.

The Pros of Working with Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado

You are now probably wondering what the advantages of working with a surrogacy agency in Colorado are. With our agency, you are protected legally, emotionally, and mentally. You will have access to reliable help, so your journey goes smoothly. We can help you find the right lawyers and doctors to help you as an intended parent and surrogate mother. We also work with intended parents and surrogates from all backgrounds. We’re happy to help same-sex, heterosexual, and transracial couples and individuals grow their families.

Also, the surrogate mothers who work with us are selfless and kind people who wish to help someone in their time of need. They are driven to help their fellow human beings grow the family they are hoping for. In the past, surrogate mothers have had successful pregnancies that they have found enjoyable. They find that carrying a child for future loving parents is a fulfilling and connective experience.

How Does the State of Colorado Legally Protect Me?

It’s important to feel protected throughout your surrogacy journey. By staying informed about how you can be legally protected will make your journey go much smoother. Adoption and Surrogacy Choices of Colorado will provide you with the resources you need to stay lawfully protected in Colorado.

Now that you know that gestational surrogacy is legal in Colorado, are you ready to take the next steps? How can you better prepare for your journey?

If you are interested in learning more about your gestational surrogacy options, contact Adoption and Surrogacy 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.

Courtney ChungloMeet the Author: Courtney Chunglo is a California-based writer who keeps her poetry romantic and her prose thrilling. Courtney has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. Her poetry has been published in Sonoma State University’s anthology titled, Zaum XXI where she also served as one of the editors for the short story submissions.

Courtney grew up in a family of women storytellers who could make you feel, hear, smell, and even taste their tales. This inspiration to tell stories and being a voracious reader morphed into an unshakable desire to write. Possessed by the pen, Courtney strives to engage readers’ intellect and satisfy their need for a good story.

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