Attorney Greg Masler of the Law Offices of Gregory S. Masler in California answers common questions about the benefits of surrogates using an agency to complete their journey.
What does a surrogacy attorney do?
Surrogacy attorneys draft and review the surrogacy contract between the Intended Parents and the Surrogate. The surrogacy attorney also prepares and reviews the Pre-Birth Order documents that are filed with the court to establish parental rights.
Why is a surrogacy agency important?
A good agency will keep clear channels of communication between all parties involved in the surrogacy journey; including, but not limited to:
- Gestational Surrogates
- Intended Parents
- Legal representation
When there is a good agency involved, attorneys do not need to address smaller issues that tend to arise along the way, ultimately expediting the entire process.
GSHC Surrogacy Agency values clear, concise communication. We do everything we can to ensure that the legal process runs smoothly.
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If you are considering surrogacy, please contact GSHC Surrogacy Agency by completing our Intended Parent Intake Form, call us at 310.953.0137, or send an email to [email protected] to learn more about how we can help you achieve your dream of starting a family!