Choosing a surrogacy agency to work with is not an easy decision. You should conduct thorough research to make sure your needs will be met by the agency.
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Guest post written by Albert M. Chan, the creator and star of "The Commitment," a film about the journey of a gay adoptive parent.
The average cost of surrogacy for gay men in the United States is roughly $120,000. The total cost can vary greatly depending on several factors.
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Traditional surrogacy provides gay men a unique opportunity to have a biological child, but the practice is not legal everywhere in the United States.
In this article, a comprehensive review of U.S. states where same-sex couples can and where they cannot use gestational surrogacy to become fathers.
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