It takes a very special person to be a gestational surrogate and help someone else build their family. Thank you for considering our Gestational Carrier Program!
Anyone considering becoming a surrogate must pass some basic requirements. If you fit these guidelines, please proceed by filling out our preliminary questionnaire, which can be accessed below.
Between the ages of 21 and 38 years (over 38 may be considered if had a recent pregnancy)
Given birth to a child that you are raising
Financially stable and not on any form of government assistance
Healthy pregnancy history and lifestyle
Smoke and drug free
US Citizen (or permanent resident) and speak English fluently
Have a vehicle and valid driver’s license
Reside in South Carolina (or within a 1-hour drive of the SC border)
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Our law firm is experienced with handling a wide range of special-needs adoptions. To a person unfamiliar with adoption law and practice, the term "special-needs child" might conjure up the image of a severely disabled child with significant mental, emotional, or physical impairments or maybe all of the above. In truth, most children placed for adoption in South Carolina can meet at least one of the various definitions for a special-needs child. The reason being, there are assorted definitions of special needs, which apply to different statutes and programs. To navigate this labyrinth requires consultation with an experienced adoption professional who is mindful of the facts at hand, the client's goals and the full range of private, state and federal adoption programs.
Read more here: jftlegal.com/home/adoption-services/hoping-to-adopt/special-needs-adoptions/ ...