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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Sometimes, women ask, “Is an older child adoption possible in my situation?”The answer is yes. Whether your baby is days, weeks or even months old, you can still choose adoption to give them a different life. Choosing to place an older child for adoption after you have taken them home from the hospital is a difficult but incredibly selfless choice to make — and our law firm can help you through every step ahead. If you click the link below, you’ll find some crucial information about placing an older child for adoption with our law firm. If you have any questions or concerns about your personal situation, you can always contact our professionals for free at 864-680-8038.