ENCINO, Calif., June 01, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc. is now accepting Washington
"This new bill will help infertile couples in Washington State who would otherwise be forced to seek help outside the state to begin a family," said Karen Synesiou, CEO of Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc. (CSP).
Due to the new law, CSP is now accepting surrogate moms from Washington State. "However, no legal contracts may be signed with surrogate moms from Washington until January 1st, 2019, when the bill goes into effect," noted Synesiou.
Furthermore, anyone who has a friend that is interested in becoming a surrogate mother is encouraged to refer her to CSP. Once matched with one of CSP's intended parents and after signing a contract, CSP will thank them by offering an increased referral fee as follows:
For more information, please call the Center for Surrogate Parenting at 1-800-SURROGATE (787-7642). To apply to be a surrogate, please visit https://www.creatingfamilies.com/surrogate-mothers/sm_app_request.aspx.
About Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc. Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc. has been helping intended parents for over 38 years to become parents. It is a world-renowned surrogacy agency with offices in Encino, CA, and Annapolis, MD. Center for Surrogate Parenting currently has surrogate moms in 35 states in America. For more information, please call the Encino office at (818) 788-8288, the Annapolis office at (410) 224-0151, or visit http://www.creatingfamilies.com.
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SOURCE Center for Surrogate Parenting
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