Learn About the Law Covering Surrogacy in Arizona

NBS24If you live in Arizona and your fertility specialist has recommended surrogacy as the best option for you to have a baby, you must ensure that your legal rights as Intended Parents are protected. This is because Arizona law prohibits surrogacy contracts and courts will not enforce the terms of an agreement between Intended Parents and Surrogates.

Arizona Surrogate Law

Arizona law does allow for Intended Parents to obtain a court order declaring them the legal parents of a child that is born through surrogacy. It is very common for Intended Parents to petition a court for this declaration before the baby is born. This legal strategy is only available to Intended Parents who have used their own egg and sperm to create the embryo that is transferred to the surrogate’s uterus. Bottom Line: Both parents must have a genetic connection to the baby.

A pre-birth order is not an available avenue for same sex couples or heterosexual couples using donated eggs or sperm. For these couples, they will have to wait until the child is born and then adopt.

 

Arizona Surrogate Law

Because surrogacy laws and regulations change frequently, Intended Parents must be sure to check Arizona’s official government page for the most up-to-date legislation. New Beginnings Surrogacy will help you navigate the laws in Arizona to ensure you are represented by an experienced attorney who can draft and finalize your enforceable gestational surrogacy contract.

New Beginnings Surrogacy is a specialty gestational surrogacy service having a reputation as a national leader for successfully matching intended parents with surrogate mothers.

New Beginnings Surrogacy will help you navigate the laws in your state by making sure you are represented by an experienced attorney who can draft and finalize your gestational surrogacy contract pursuant to state law.

Nearly half of the states have some legislation relating to gestational surrogacy. Today, more and more laws are being introduced to encourage gestational surrogacy.

The legislative trend today is toward legalizing surrogacy where it is illegal – or – providing a statutory framework where the industry operates without legal regulation.

This is why you must always research your state’s official government page for the most up-to-date gestational surrogacy laws. The laws and regulations covering gestational surrogacy change yearly. Only consult with an agency versed in gestational surrogacy laws in your state.

  • Where gestational surrogacy contracts are expressly banned and not enforced
  • Where gestational surrogacy contracts are permitted and enforced
  • Where the legality and enforceability remains unclear under the law

The best states to find a surrogate will differ based on every couple’s exact needs.

  • Where the intended parents reside
  • Location of the surrogate
  • Location of planned delivery

Gestational Surrogate Mother Requirements

All women who are considering being gestational surrogate mother must meet the following criteria.

  • Be between the ages of 21 and 39
  • Be in good health with a BMI of 31 or less – however this is not completely exclusive
  • Have given birth to at least one child with no pregnancy problems
  • Have completed medical and psychological evaluations
  • Do not smoke, drink alcohol, or use illegal drugs
  • Have the ability to pass a criminal background check
  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Take our prescreening-quiz to see if you qualify

Gestational Surrogate Compensation

A first-time gestational surrogate mother can typically expect to be compensated between $35,000 and $40,000. Her salary is dependent on the recipient parents’ fertility specialist’s recommended IVF protocol.

Intended Parents Requirements

Intended parents must undergo a psychological evaluation. A gestational surrogate’s attorney fees may be paid for by the intended parents. Dependent on the recommended IVF protocol, gestational surrogacy cost ranges between $90,000 and $175,000.

Enforcement of Gestational Surrogate Contracts

To draft and secure an enforceable gestational surrogacy contract, the signed document must clearly set forth the terms and conditions for all parties – before, during and after birth. Why does this matter? To protect and preserve your rights as intended parents – and the rights of your future baby – you must work through a reputable gestational surrogacy agency.

Gestational Surrogate Law Expertise

The experts at New Beginnings Surrogacy will help you to confirm all current laws and potential legal issues that could arise during your journey to have a baby in your state. Our primary goal is to ensure that the entire surrogacy process goes as smoothly as possible.

  • Devoted to providing an inviting, reliable, and enjoyable surrogacy experience
  • Guidance in every step of the surrogacy process
  • Highest surrogate compensation rates
  • Best surrogate options for intended parents
  • Personal care with your own dedicated surrogacy coordinator
  • Legal, medical, and personal counseling during the surrogacy process
  • Fast matching services
  • Proven track record of happy families
  • Devotion to an inviting, reliable and enjoyable gestational surrogacy experience
  • Providing gestational surrogacy services above and beyond
  • Taking care of you throughout every step of the gestational surrogacy process
  • Offering the highest gestational surrogate compensation rates to ensure every intended parents’ best choice
  • Offering a personal care dedicated coordinator
  • Offering a reference for legal consultation
  • Offering a reference for medical consultation
  • Providing expedited gestational surrogacy matching services back by a proven success record

Gestational Surrogate

When a woman is unable to carry a pregnancy to full term, a fully-vetted gestational surrogate mother can help. A gestational surrogate has no biological link to the baby she gives be to. The best part? Gestational surrogacy helps couples realize their dream of having a biologically connected baby of their own. Intended parents worldwide seek out New Beginnings Surrogacy’s services knowing we are a specialty agency having unparalleled surrogate mother matching capabilities.

Arizona Surrogate Law Expertise

The experts at New Beginnings Surrogacy will help you to confirm all current laws and potential legal issues that could arise during your journey to have a baby in your state.

Our Team of Surrogacy Experts want to help guide you through the entire gestational surrogacy process and ensure that your legal rights are protected. We can help you find the perfect surrogate match. Schedule your consultation by calling 844.873.5836.

 

Posted on: October 5, 2018