Requirements for Surrogate Mothers
How to become a surrogate mother?
Any woman, who is in good psychosomatic health and has at least one healthy child of her own, can become a surrogate mother. If a surrogate mother is married, her spouse’s written consent to her participation in the program will be required.
Based on our experience, roughly seventy percent of women, who contact our company for the purpose of becoming a surrogate mother, are eliminated at the first screening round – during the interview and testing with a psychologist.
The remaining candidates undergo a strict medical examination that includes:
What does the surrogacy law state?
As an ART method, surrogacy is regulated by a number of legislations and by-laws that you can read about in more detail in the section titled “Legal Matters”.
Legal regulation of the procedure is necessary to protect the rights of a surrogate mother as well as of biological parents. When they enter into a contract at a surrogacy agency, all parties wish to ensure that all of its clauses are strictly observed.
The agency draws upon the legislation in drafting a contract and takes great care to ensure that no problems arise with the execution of contract clauses in the future. The contract has to be verified and signed by a notary.
Our Agency provides guarantees upon the conclusion of a contract for both a surrogate mother and biological parents. By contacting the professionals, both parties are able to secure themselves against any force majeure situations and be confident that at every stage this procedure will be conducted in full accordance with the concluded contract under the laws of Georgia.
Women, who wishes to know how to become a surrogate mother, often ask to see the agreement that they will need to sign.
Whether or not a woman becomes a surrogate mother depends on whether or not she meets the specified requirements. The task of the agency is to perform a search for a surrogate mother and give her a thorough examination. Afterwards, the company’s lawyers draw up the contract, whose provisions must take into account the rights of a surrogate mother and of biological parents, based on the laws of Georgia on surrogacy. Thereafter the specialists provide support for the entire procedure in order to avoid any problems associated with the execution of every clause of the contract.
In conclusion we provide you with answers to some frequently asked questions from women wishing to become surrogate mothers.
Once your medical examination shows that you are a suitable candidate for becoming a surrogate mother, and we will enter your name into our database. You can take part in the program as soon as biological parents choose you to be their surrogate.
The payment of compensation subsequent to the loss of actual income over the period of participation in the program is made after the birth of a child and the signing of documents required to register the child with the Civil Registry Offices.
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