Cost of Surrogacy
If you’re considering to get help from a gestational surrogacy agency, then you’re probably wondering about the agency’s cost of surrogacy. There is no exact figure because there are numerous variables that determine the actual gestational surrogacy cost. This means the experience of surrogacy will depend on the intended parents’ circumstances. At Rite Options, our focus is on the value of the surrogacy process and getting the result, i.e., helping intended parents.
For most parents, the happiness of starting a family and raising a baby is priceless. But this dream is only possible with the assistance of certain services and professionals. Surrogacy is the most common of them.
Three variables determine the cost of surrogacy:
- Program Fee
- Reimbursement of expenses and Compensation to the Surrogate
- Fees for Professional Services
- Medical Costs
In the United States, a typical surrogacy price may range from $80,000 to $160,000. The surrogate mother’s compensation will range from $25,000 to $60,000. On top of the surrogate mother compensation, she may receive other payments to cover expenses such as:
- Traveling expense to travel back and forth from medical appointments
- Maternity clothing
- Household cleaning services, etc.
Certain circumstances during the surrogacy pregnancy may incur additional costs. For instance, if the surrogate is having multiples, she may be requested to go on bed rest. If a surrogate is required to undergo specific invasive procedures, she may be paid additional compensation.
Your affordable surrogacy cost also includes:
- Fees associated with the professional management of your case.
- Legal services/representation for the surrogate as well as yourself.
- Medical insurance costs or co-pays & deductibles.
Once the pregnancy is confirmed, the surrogate will start to receive monthly disbursements of her base compensation. Her monthly expenses will also be reimbursed each month as an allowance.
The experience of surrogacy differs for everyone. At Rite Options, we’ re focused on building mutually respectful and long-lasting relationships with our intended parents and surrogates. We endeavor to make this journey memorable for both parties.