Intended Parents Process
Click here: Intended Parent Interest Form. Our office will schedule a telephone call with you at your convenience to walk you through our unique program. Following that call, if you decide to move forward, we will provide you all of the necessary information and forms to move forward on your exciting journey with Heart of Surrogacy, LLC. We will be here to answer any questions that arise throughout the entire process.
Once we receive the completed intake forms (i.e., Questionnaire, photos, letter for potential gestational surrogate, authorization for background checks, etc.), we will move forward with obtaining the requisite criminal background checks.
We like to schedule a video conference call to get to know you better and discuss the surrogacy process in detail. We may have some follow-up questions after reviewing the intake forms you provided, and we want to ensure you have a comprehensive understanding of the financial expectations. We will also answer any questions you may have.
Medical & Psychological Evaluations
Once you are matched, the Gestational Surrogate will undergo a Medical Evaluation at the clinic you intend to use, and you and she will undergo a Psychological Evaluation as well.
Legal Contracts & Escrow Funding
Once the Gestational Surrogate is officially approved, following the Medical and Psychological Evaluations, it is time for the Legal Contracts to be signed and the Escrow Account to be fully funded (the Escrow Account is typically set up around the time of Match and becomes fully funded once the Legal Contract is signed). An experienced surrogacy attorney will be involved to represent the Gestational Surrogate, and a separate experienced surrogacy lawyer will represent you. The Contracts will be drafted and signed, and the Escrow Account will be fully funded. Once this is done, and according to the calendar provided by the fertility doctor, the Intended Parents and Gestational Surrogate head back to the clinic!
Start of Meds (IVF Prep)
Release to OBGYN/Mid-Wife
The Gestational Surrogate will have a normal course of OB care, including ultrasounds as required by her Obstetrician. This will take place within 8 to 12 weeks of gestation. She will utilize the services of a high-risk OB if she is pregnant with multiples, or if the doctor recommends a high-risk OB. Heart of Surrogacy, LLC will be following the pregnancy closely and support both the Gestational Surrogate and Intended Parents.
Pregnancy and Delivery
If you believe you that you meet the qualifications listed HERE and you would like to learn more, click the “INTENDED PARENT INTEREST FORM” button.