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At first glance, surrogacy may seem like a daunting experience. We understand that you may have many questions and concerns. For intended parents, surrogacy is both a financial and emotional investment, and our dedicated team is here to guide you through the process and protect your life-changing investment. We will do our very best to provide you with the information, answers, and resources that you need.
We welcome all prospective parents, including singles, couples, gay and straight. From incredibly personal decisions like selecting your surrogate, to practical concerns like how to manage the personal relationship with your surrogate, or how to finance this expensive yet life-affirming journey, we will provide you the respect and guidance you deserve. From the moment you engage us, to the match with your gestational surrogate, to the birth of your child and the weeks that follow, we are dedicated to helping you attain your surrogacy goals. We will work diligently, together with you, to help you achieve your dream of creating or growing your family.
Like most journeys, those involved have questions before they start—and along the way. We are here to help answer those questions.
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As intended parents, you should have an attorney to represent you during at least two stages of your surrogacy journey. You should retain an attorney to represent you in the preparation and negotiation of the direct contract between you and your chosen Gestational Surrogate. These are lengthy contracts detailing a host of aspects of the surrogacy relationship and will govern the uniquely personal but lengthy relationship you are about to embark upon with your Gestational Surrogate.
You also will need legal representation in the court process for establishing legal parentage of the child and securing a birth certificate reflecting your parentage of the child. In Florida, this legal process is an Affirmation of Parental Status and is filed immediately following the birth of the child.
You may wish to have an attorney to represent you during the third trimester of pregnancy in communicating with the hospital where your baby is expected to be born to acquaint them with the gestational surrogacy. It is important for your attorney to obtain any necessary documents the hospital will require in order to allow you to be present in the delivery room for the birth of your child, to have access to your child while in the hospital, to have full and direct communication from physicians and other medical providers for the child, and to make all medical and surgical decisions for the child.
We will provide you referrals for attorneys who practice in the area of assisted reproduction and are licensed in Florida or another state whose law will govern the parties’ relationship.
You will be responsible for the attorney fees for your attorney, as well as the attorney who represents the gestational surrogate at the contract stage.
The typical fee structure for legal representation includes the following:
Legal Fee at Contract stage by counsel drafting the Contract: $3,200 – $4,000
Legal Fee at Contract stage by counsel reviewing the Contract: $1,000 – $1,800
Intended Parent representation during the court process to establish parentage and secure birth certificate: $2,500 – $3,000
Intended Parent representation during the prebirth period: usually hourly charges ranging from $300/hour to $350/hour
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