Los Angeles, California (CA) – Gestational Surrogacy

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Choose the ConceiveAbilities gestational surrogacy program in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Orange County, Sacramento, and other communities throughout California.

Modern family building deserves an experienced, dedicated team who can assist intended parents and their chosen surrogates with compassionate care. For over twenty years, ConceiveAbilities has led our Surrogate Sisterhood in in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Orange County, Sacramento, and other communities throughout California by matching deserving intended parents with compassionate gestational surrogates. We work hard to create a stress-free and enjoyable process for everyone, and we are excited to become your partner in this remarkable journey.

Is surrogacy legal in Los Angeles, California?

Yes, surrogacy agreements are legal in California. California is among the most friendly states in the county with regards to surrogacy, and the state allows for gestational surrogacy contracts to occur without issue. Although California has no direct laws that address surrogacy, courts will often refer to California’s Uniform Parentage Act when interpreting surrogacy cases.

Who can become a surrogate mother in Los Angeles, California?

Surrogate motherhood is an amazing gift that women can give to couples who are unable to build a family without the help of a surrogate. We encourage those considering surrogate motherhood to review the requirements listed below, and to also view the full list of surrogate mother requirements when ready to do so. A surrogate mother should:

  • Age between 21-39 years old
  • BMI between 18-34
  • Not underweight/under 100 pounds
  • No history of gastric bypass
  • Not currently on government financial support
  • Have given birth to and be raising at least one child
  • Must provide OB/GYN records and a clearance letter

Learn more about how to be a surrogate mother.

How much does being a surrogate mother pay?

ConceiveAbilities acknowledges that surrogate motherhood requires a great deal of time and dedication, which is why we ensure that Los Angeles surrogate mothers are properly reimbursed for their efforts. Your reimbursement pay will account for medical co-pays, costs associated with legal representation, maternity clothing, travel (if/when applicable), lost wages (if applicable), and medication. We encourage those interested in becoming surrogate mothers to learn more about surrogate mother pay before making a decision.

Get started with surrogacy in Los Angeles, CA.

Whether you are an intended parent or a surrogate applicant, the process for getting started is easy, secure & confidential. Go ahead and take the first step with ConceiveAbilities.

Testimonials about our surrogacy agency:

Deciding to be a surrogate was one of the best decisions I've ever made. Not only did it change a wonderful, deserving couple’s life forever, but it changed mine as well. I'll never forget the moment the baby was put into their arms and the pure joy they felt. It was a moment I will cherish forever and I'm so glad I had the opportunity to be a part of that.

Questions? Learn more about ConceiveAbilities.

For questions about our agency's Los Angeles surrogacy program or more information about becoming a California surrogate mother, please contact ConceiveAbilities.

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