Post Contact Agreements in California Adoptions

Posted on: October 23rd 2014

Adoption is the beginning of a relationship. In many cases that relationship extends far beyond a connection with a child. Adoption brings together two families: the adoptive family and the birth family. What happens to this relationship after the adoption is finalized? Different adoptive families and birth parents have different agreements about what the birth … Continue reading Post Contact Agreements in California Adoptions

Adoption Questions: Rights Language Related to Birth Fathers

Posted on: October 13th 2014

Adoption can be emotional, and the language used in the adoption process can also be confusing. Whether you’re a birth mother who’s thinking about making an adoption plan or you’re thinking about bringing a new child into your family, there’s a lot of language around the rights of all of those involved in the adoption … Continue reading Adoption Questions: Rights Language Related to Birth Fathers

How to Avoid Surrogacy Scams

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Choosing surrogacy? Look for a program that provides high quality support.You’d love to add to your family, and you’re excited that you believe you’ve found the perfect surrogacy program. But wait: before you leap into a surrogacy agreement, make sure that your excitement hasn’t led you astray. When you’re considering surrogacy as a way to … Continue reading How to Avoid Surrogacy Scams

Working with a Gestational Carrier: Infertility & Surrogacy Trends

Posted on: August 04th 2014

  Using a gestational carrier – a surrogate – is becoming more and more common place in the United States. In recent years Jimmy Fallon, Elton John and Sarah Jessica Parker have all gone public with their use of surrogates to have children.   Changing Faces The most well-known type of couple to use surrogacy … Continue reading Working with a Gestational Carrier: Infertility & Surrogacy Trends

Become a Surrogate in Northern California

Posted on: May 30th 2014

CLICK HERE TO APPLY NOW Our surrogates are all locals, living in Northern California in the Bay Area.  Local surrogates have the benefit of working with local intended parents.  This means they can spend face to face time getting to know each other.  They attend medical appointments to share in the joy of the pregnancy.  Local intended … Continue reading Become a Surrogate in Northern California