Surrogacy For Gay Couples
We proudly advocate the concept of gay surrogacy and same-sex parents. Our aim is to provide secure, affordable, and legal surrogacy solutions for gay couples worldwide.
Unfortunately, Surrogacy for gay couples is not legal in every country. Which leads to many broken hearts in the LGBT community.
Surrogacy Agency Kenya is right here to make your dreams come true and resolve all the obstacles related to gay surrogacy.
In Kenya, the surrogacy procedure is legal. However, there is no legislation regarding the procedure. This is why the legal scenarios suit gay couples who intend to become parents. The economy is in the phase of development, which ensures high-quality facilities within your budget.
The costs are way lower than what you get in places such as the US and UK. With our assistance, you get a reliable surrogate who agrees to complete the adoption process to remove her name from the birth certificate of the child. And you get to include your name as parents.
Different options of Surrogacy for gay couples
For gay couples, surrogacy involves an egg donor as well as a surrogate. In many cases, the same person can provide the egg and become the surrogate as well. Traditionally, one person fulfills both responsibilities. However, there is a type of surrogacy called Gestational Surrogacy, which requires an egg donor and a surrogate separately.
It is possible to request your female friends or a female relative for egg donation. You can also allow your friend or relative to serve as your surrogate. If not possible, we provide a vast number of options available for egg donation and surrogacy. Our team facilitates different kinds of surrogacies and handles the legal aspect of the procedure as well.
1. Artificial Insemination or AI
In this traditionally utilized surrogacy process, the surrogate goes through artificial insemination of sperm. The sperm is collected from an intended father and inseminated into the surrogate.
2. Gestational surrogacy
In this approach, we utilize IVF for the complete organization of the process. Experts carefully extract eggs from the ovaries of the selected donor. The extracted eggs meet the sperm in a lab, where a specialist completes the process carefully. This creates the embryo, which gets artificially transferred inside the uterus of your selected surrogate. This is how the pregnancy process gets completed.
How much does Gay surrogacy cost?
It requires significant financial and time dedication to start a family. There are several factors to make when considering gay surrogacy cost in your family planning process, including the cost of the legal and medical procedures. Surrogacy requires a significant time and financial commitment for many LBGTQ+ couples who choose this path.
The entire Gay surrogacy cost varies depending on a number of factors for each individual case. It’s essential to remember that the cost of IVF, which intended parents pay directly to their clinics, is not included in these expenses. Surrogacy expenses can often vary from about $100,000 to more than $200,000.
The majority of your entire surrogacy costs go to compensating our surrogate. Your surrogate will receive about 41% of the total expense. Monthly payments to support her needs during the pregnancy, compensation for maternity attire and housekeeping, reimbursement for her travel and lost wages, childcare, and other costs will be added to the base price. Your surrogate will receive advantages like life insurance, health insurance, and healthcare coverage during the pregnancy in addition to monetary payment.
About Gay surrogacy in Kenya
The majority of people find homosexuality unpleasant. Same-sex couples should carefully consider choosing Kenya as their surrogacy destination for this reason.
Couples visiting Kenya should act discreetly at all times. For surrogacy for same-sex couples, it’s essential that they don’t identify as such while they’re in the nation. There shouldn’t be any information about the intended father’s sexual orientation or marital status in the surrogacy agreements; they should only be made between one partner and the surrogate.
Contracts for surrogacy must only be signed by one partner and the surrogate mother; they cannot mention the intended father’s identity, sexual orientation, or marital status.
How do develop a genetic connection with the baby?
We, at Surrogacy Agency Kenya, assist in arrangements that create a genetic connection between gay parents and the surrogacy child.
We can facilitate separate arrangements for the sperm of each partner in embryo creation. It may give a chance to get twins, who hold the genetics of each father and one surrogate mother.
A male partner can ask his sister to provide her eggs or serve as the surrogate. This way, the child gets the genetic traits of both parents.
Getting legal assistance would be a wise move for gay couples in order to get the contracts done and handle other legal requirements.
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