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If you’re wondering how to become a surrogate in Arkansas or how intended parents can find a surrogate, this guide can help.
When deciding if surrogacy in Arkansas is the right path for you, consider:
If you are ready to start your surrogacy journey, you can contact us today. But, if you want to find out more about how surrogacy in Arkansas works, consult the information below.
Surrogacy in Arkansas involves a prospective surrogate mother and intended parents. A surrogate often chooses to pursue surrogacy to:
Intended parents pursue surrogacy to:
Although there are two types of surrogacy, gestational surrogacy is more common and less legally risky.
A gestational surrogate is not related to the baby she carries. With gestational surrogacy, an embryo is created via IVF using the sperm and egg from intended parents or donors. The embryo is then transferred to a surrogate’s uterus.
Nearly all modern-day surrogacies are gestational surrogacies.
Surrogacy agencies in Arkansas make the surrogacy process smoother and can provide support during your surrogacy journey.
Surrogacy agencies will provide you with surrogacy professionals who can:
If you’d like to connect with a surrogacy agency in Arkansas, here are a few you can consider:
Becoming a surrogate in Arkansas can be an incredible journey. Although the screening and medical process takes effort, it’s well worth it if surrogacy is one of your dreams.
The following are the steps you will take if you want to pursue surrogacy in Arkansas:
Although every surrogate will get compensated for their surrogacy- and pregnancy-related expenses, most people entering a surrogacy receive additional compensation. Typically, first-time surrogates receive $45,000-50,000 for their time and energy. Repeat surrogates can often receive more — up to $75,000.
In addition to understanding how much compensation you can receive for your surrogacy, it’s helpful to know the following terms:
Contact us today if you think you’re ready to start your Arkansas surrogacy journey. And while you wait to complete your screening process, you can read about what to expect during your surrogacy journey below.
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