Surrogate Compensation

Surrogate Compensation 

When one decides to become a surrogate, the compensation is the least of her priorities. Although this may not be the leading concern for the surrogate, she is still worthy of the right payment for all her hard work.

Surrogate Compensation: Costs for Support Service

Surrogacy expenses vary coming from clinic to clinic. Fees for application for desired moms and dads typically work upwards of around $500 (five hundred U.S. Dollars), while legal costs commonly get to $15,000. Take note that these costs do not go straight to the surrogate mother, but go in the direction of guaranteeing that she and also the desired moms and dads are secured financially.

Surrogate Compensation: Surrogate Charge

A surrogate’s work is identical to taking an all time job, thus intended moms and dads commonly compensate the surrogate with a cash fee money expense, which is predisposed in the contract before the surrogate becomes pregnant.

A first time surrogate can earn roughly about $25,000 to $35,000, while a surrogate who has gone through this process in the past can expect a higher amount.

Surrogate Compensation and Various Other Costs

As mentioned previously, the medical expenses of the surrogate mother are already covered by the intended parents. This includes, but is not limited to, visits to the ob gyn as well as other clinical treatment important for surrogate’s overall wellness. A surrogate need not worry as her overall well-being is covered. To better illustrate this point, a good example would be if a surrogate mother is kicked out from her home. Financing will be provided through the intended couple to protect her lifestyle.

Kim