Our very own Program Director and Heart of Surrogate Solutions, Gayle Garrett, was at the official signing of the Surrogacy Bill in Oklahoma. While it was not illegal, there is now legal framework established to protect intended parents and surrogates in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Intended Parents and attorneys, Laura and Andy Long, worked tirelessly to… Read more »
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When you’re ready to become a gestational surrogate, there is probably nothing more important than your selection of intended parents. When you meet with them, you’ll probably have a list of questions to ensure you are on the same page. Here are three things you may not have thought of. Clear boundaries Every surrogate/intended parent… Read more »
Why surrogacy? For me, I’d had my children, and I was in love with how wonderful my kids were. I then learned how many couples could not have children, and I couldn’t imagine people that desired it, not having the gift of family. I have always enjoyed being pregnant. I have two wonderful boys of… Read more »
For Intended Parents and Surrogates alike, one common requirement is necessary before beginning the journey of surrogacy: locating and working with a great, reputable surrogacy agency. While many couples and individuals come to the conclusion that surrogacy is the right solution for them, the medical, legal and matching details can be overwhelming or slip through… Read more »
Although Gestational Surrogacy has been in practice for more than three decades, its common recognition is still fairly new in mainstream society. As with most topics that are not completely understood, many misconceptions still surround the Gestational Surrogacy journey, specifically regarding the compensation piece. Just this past year, a researcher from the University of Texas… Read more »
Are you considering gestational surrogacy in Oklahoma? You probably have a lot of questions. Working with the right agency to create your family can go a long way towards putting your mind at ease. Here’s just a little bit of what you need to know and what you can expect.