First, you may want to review our page that briefly describes, how our surrogacy program works – including the financial details. Or, if you’d like to contact us, we will be happy to answer your questions about Massachusetts surrogacy.
Over the last 20 years, ARTparenting’s founder, Meryl B. Rosenberg, Esq., has matched hundreds of surrogates with intended parents. At ARTparenting we handle every detail, from your first contact with us through the birth of the child. We make sure our surrogate mothers* are comfortable with the entire process — and we understand how important it is that our surrogates are carefully consulted about the intended parents they would like to help. A central feature of our surrogacy program is the focus we place on matching intended parents and surrogates.
* Gestational Surrogate Mothers are commonly referred to as Gestational Carriers, Gestational Surrogates and less accurately as Surrogate Mothers.
Integrity, personal attention, and hands-on guidance are all part of our norm. Meryl personally meets with every surrogate and every client and ensures that each surrogate receives the support she needs. Her reputation as an innovator and leader in the field of reproductive law was earned, in part, through her ongoing efforts to further the regulation of assisted reproduction. Read what others have said about ARTparenting. Meet Meryl Rosenberg.
The decision to become a gestational surrogate is a life-changing choice that requires maturity, capability and generosity. We know that raising children is one of the ultimate joys in life. A willingness to share that joy with others is truly admirable, and is what inspires ARTparenting to bring surrogates and intended parents together. For help with your decision, you may want to read our blog post, Becoming a Surrogate Mother: Is it Right for Me?
A gestational surrogate carries a child conceived through in-vitro fertilization (IVF) using the intended mother’s eggs or those from an egg donor. Therefore, the child will not be genetically related to the surrogate.
These are some of the basic requirements for becoming a gestational surrogate in Massachusetts:
• 21 to 43 years old.
• the mother of one or more children.
• enjoy being pregnant.
• healthy with a body mass index (BMI) 32 or less.
An important factor in your decision to become a surrogate will be the financial considerations. To qualify, you must be financially stable in order to minimize any stress for you and your family. The amount of any ancillary expenses is based on multiple circumstances. For more information, please review Fees and Expenses for Gestational Surrogates or contact us directly for more details.
We are grateful for your interest. If you would like to find out more about participating in our surrogacy program in Massachusetts, we would like to hear from you. To find out if you may qualify and get your questions answered, please fill out our simple Surrogate Form or call 301-217-0074.
ARTparenting has worked with gestational surrogate mothers and intended parents from the state of Massachusetts to help build families through our complete surrogacy program.
For more information please call Meryl at 301-217-0074.
Please fill out our
intended parent inquiry,
or call 301-217-0074.
I have known Meryl for about 10 years... She listens when you have to vent and is easily accessible. If you have questions or concerns regarding contracts, intended parents, facilities, etc. she is very knowledgeable.
She actually makes the whole situation, especially the delivery, easy to deal with because she has everything in place prior to the birth. I would recommend anyone who is interested in surrogacy to Meryl.
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