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Surrogacy in New Hampshire – A Definitive Guide for Intended Parents

For more than two decades, Physician’s Surrogacy has been helping hopeful parents in Manchester, Concord, and other New Hampshire cities create their families through gestational surrogacy. Below, we have put together all the information you need to complete gestational surrogacy in New Hampshire, from the costs to the process involved to the surrogacy legislation and more.

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What is Gestational Surrogacy?

Otherwise known as partial surrogacy, gestational surrogacy is an arrangement in which a woman agrees to become pregnant and deliver a child for an individual who is unable to do so on their own. In this case, the doctor “mixes” eggs and sperm from the prospective parents or donors to produce embryos. These embryos are then grown in the lab for a few days and placed in the surrogate’s womb.
Hence, the surrogate mother is not the biological mother of the child. After delivery, she will hand the baby to the “rightful” parents, who will raise him or her based on their beliefs, values, and customs.
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What is Gestational Surrogacy?

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Process

The Surrogacy Process

ADVANTAGE

Why Consider Gestational Surrogacy

There are various reasons why people consider this option to build their families. You and your partner may want to have a baby through a surrogate due to:

Advanced maternal age: When pregnancy is impossible or unsafe for the intended mother

Unexplained infertility: When the physician cannot pinpoint the cause of your infertility

Uterine issues: When the woman has uterine problems preventing her from achieving pregnancy

Hysterectomy: When the woman has had her womb removed through surgery (hysterectomy) because of life-threatening cancer or other medical problems

Medications: When the woman is on drugs that cannot be taken during pregnancy

LGBT couples: Surrogacy is also an excellent option for gays and lesbians who want to realize their dream of having children.

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Is Gestational Surrogacy Legal in New Hampshire?

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Yes, gestational surrogacy is permitted in New Hampshire, thanks to the new, improved laws passed in 2014.The state has a clear legal process that protects the interests and rights of all intended parents pursuing surrogacy, regardless of their marital status, sexual orientation, or genetic connection to the child.

In New Hampshire, gestational surrogacy contracts are valid and enforceable as long as statutory requirements are met. It is also very easy to establish parentage for babies born through gestational surrogacy in the state.Intended parents can obtain pre-birth orders declaring them the legal parents of the baby, even if they are not biologically related to the child.

Cost

Surrogacy cost in Hampshire

Intended parents can expect to spend between $90,000 and $150,000 to complete their surrogacy journey in New Hampshire.

The exact amount may vary depending on certain factors, such as:

Since each surrogacy journey is different and surrogacy costs vary based on many factors, it is best to schedule a consultation with Physician Surrogacy to get all the details before getting started

Right Surrogate

Finding a Surrogate Mother

Finding a surrogate mother is an exciting and crucial step in the surrogacy program. When looking for the right woman to help carry your child, you need to think about the things you want in a surrogate and your expectations from the surrogacy process. This will make it easy for you to select a surrogate mother yourself or know if your agency has offered you a suitable match.
Below are some criteria to consider when looking for a surrogate mother in New Hampshire:

Finding a Surrogate Mother

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Is she a good legal fit?

Each state in the US has its own laws concerning surrogacy, and surrogacy requirements and regulations vary from one country to another. Hence, our legal team makes sure the surrogacy laws in the surrogate mother’s home state are in line with those of the intended parent’s home country/state.
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Do the surrogate’s personality and expectations match with yours?

Intended parents and surrogates will have phone calls or physical meetings with the Physician’s Surrogacy team to determine their personality regarding surrogacy. We also consider both parties’ expectations and hopes for the surrogacy journey, including the number of embryos to transfer and the kind of communication they prefer.
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Do you have the same views on pregnancy termination and selective reduction?

It is important that both parties have the same opinion regarding pregnancy termination and selective reduction. At Physician’s Surrogacy, we make sure to match intended parents with a surrogate that has the same views as them in case there’s a need to selectively reduce or terminate the surrogacy pregnancy.

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No, embryo split ok

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2016

Baby Twins :

No, embryo split ok

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Benefits of Pursuing Surrogacy in New Hampshire With Us

Accelerated Timeline

With us, you will never have to wait weeks to get matched with a surrogate and begin your surrogacy journey. We offer a comprehensive service model, which enables us to reduce the amout of time it typically takes to complete a surrogacy journey by 200% or more.

Strict Surrogate Screening and Selection

Our selection criteria are more stringent than the widely accepted standards stipulated by the FDA. We require that all potential surrogates undergo our physician-designed prescreening process to be sure they are physically and emotionally ready to embark on a surrogacy journey.

Physician Monitored Pregnancy

One of our experienced doctors will closely monitor the gestational carrier and the child through medical reports and interaction with the surrogate's obstetrician and the clinic's IVF experts. We'll then send detailed updates to the hopeful parents, who may talk to our in-house physician directly if they have any worries or concerns.

Clear Legal Guidelines

You and your surrogate mother will be represented by a separate lawyer during the contract drafting and negotiation to avoid conflicts of interest. The surrogacy agreement will also contain clear terms and guidelines for both of you to follow. Our in-house legal counsel will be available to help you establish the parentage of the surrogate baby and put your name on the child's birth certificate.

Dedicated Personal Support

We offer dedicated support teams for intended parents and surrogates to ensure a smooth and successful surrogacy process for everyone involved. Both parties will have their own case managers, who will support and guide them through every step of the way.

FINANCES

Financing Surrogacy Journey

Using personal savings can be a great option since you’re not adding debt. We recommend setting up a special account for your journey similar to how you would for college, a new home, or a vacation.
Using your 401k can be a quick and easy way to secure funds for your surrogacy journey. If you decide to go this route, make sure to factor in tax consequences and rules when making withdrawals. You can have a look at past jobs and see if there is money in a 401(k) plan that you have not “rolled over.” It is also a good idea to speak with your HR representative before considering this option.
There is an increasing number of employers who cover all or some costs of the surrogacy journey. If your employer doesn’t cover surrogacy, they may have benefits for your surrogate’s IVF. Reach out to your HR representative if your employer is one of them.

Physician’s Surrogacy is a proud partner of Carrot.

There are many organizations that want to help you build your family through surrogacy by helping to finance your journey. These organizations provide non-repayable grants for those who meet their qualifications. Below are some organizations listed, that ease the financial burden:

  • Pay it Forward Fertility Grants
  • Baby Quest Foundation
  • Tinina Q. Cade Foundation Family Building Grant
  • Family Formation Charitable Trust (AARTA)
  • Journey to Parenthood Grant
  • Life Grants
Some Intended Parents choose to make their surrogacy payments through a credit card. You can request either a personal line of credit from your bank or an increased limit on your credit cards.
This a great option if you have equity in your home or other properties. Your property secures the loan, making the interest rates more reasonable.
Many of your close friends and family would love to see you become a parent. Often parents or grandparents want to help but don’t know the best way to support you. This may be an opportunity to ask for financial support.
We have chosen to partner with CapexMD, the specialist in fertility financing. With simple, unsecured financing, CapexMD offers the most competitive funding for surrogacy and related costs in the industry

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What Our Parents Are Saying

During our surrogacy journey, our embryo split resulting in twins!

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My surrogate was medically cleared and completely healthy when we started our journey

My surrogate was medically cleared and completely healthy when we started our journey, but during a Read more

Our surrogate journey was relatively easy until she had unexpected bleeding and pre-term contractions

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FAQs

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