LOS ANGELES, May 9, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- An April 24 article on Gay Star News
The agency says that many of the hurdles intended parents, both heterosexual and LGBTQ, face have to do with making sure that all of the medical and legal details are attended to. One frequent complicating factor is that not only every country, but all fifty U.S. states, has their own laws on surrogacy. Mr. Daley's home of Canada, for example, is currently in the process of relaxing some, but not all, of its restrictions on surrogate compensation while California where both Mr. Black and Global Surrogacy Services are based has some of the most liberal surrogacy regulations in the world. The agency says that its clients come to them from all over the planet to ensure the smoothest possible surrogacy process.
Global Surrogacy Services says that, aside from navigating varying laws, an effective agency must also help deal with numerous medical decisions that need to be made, and such sensitive matters as matching the right surrogate to the right intended parents. Every situation is different and parents' preferences vary greatly; some prefer only a modest amount of contact with a surrogate, while others wish to work with their surrogates on an intimate basis, says the firm. In these latter cases, it may be especially important to ensure that surrogates are screened not only for health and safety reasons, but to ensure their values and attitudes are a good match for the intended parents. In all cases, an agency's work is to make sure the extremely complex medical and legal processes involved with gestational surrogacy turns out to be a positive experience for all involved intended parents, surrogates, and especially babies.
Readers can learn more about Global Surrogacy Services by contacting the agency by phone at (800) 355-2009 or visiting the agency's web site at https://www.globalsurrogacyservices.com.
SOURCE Global Surrogacy Services
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