Family Inceptions is a North Carolina surrogacy agency established to provide assistance to intended parents and surrogates interested in completing a surrogacy journey in Raleigh, Charlotte or the surrounding cities.
Gestational surrogacy is permitted in all North Carolina cities and counties. There isn’t a statute or published case law that prohibits it, and the courts are generally willing to adjudicate surrogacy-related matters.
Family Inceptions will help intended parents who live in Raleigh-Durham, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Charlotte, or any other part of the Tar Heel State find a North Carolina surrogate mother who will be the best fit for their family. Our company, as a full service surrogacy and egg donor agency since 2008, has worked with multiple families to assist them in becoming parents. Even though Family Inceptions follows the general steps involved, they come up with individualized plans for intended parents according to their timeline, location and other personal preferences.
Yes, the Tar Heel State permits a pre-birth order, which is a legal document assigning parentage to a child. This means that in most situations, we can ensure that the names of tbe intended parents (so long as they married) go on the birth certificate, and the surrogate mother (and her spouse) do not have any parental rights or responsibilities for the child.
The names of the intended parents will be listed on the birth certificate in most circumstances. Family Inceptions has developed relationships with local North Carolina attorneys who are qualified and experienced in fertility law. We will assist you in ensuring that your rights are protected.
Family Inceptions makes the overwhelming process of finding an egg donor in Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, Charlotte, and all North Carolina cities and counties easier by assisting you with finding the best match for your desires. Since many of our staff have been egg donors, they understand each step as they walk you through all of the decisions, allowing you feel confident along the journey.
Because there are no laws governing surrogacy, there are no legal requirements for becoming a surrogate. But Family Inceptions will assist you in understanding the medical and other guidelines that might be applicable.
Family Inceptions offers considerable compensation, and the opportunities that this can open up for you are nearly endless. Whether you choose to put a down payment on your home, save up to send your own children to college, or create a small business for yourself, there are many ways that this money can greatly benefit you and your family.
Surrogates earn at least $30,000 per pregnancy through Family Inceptions.
Of course, there is no way that the gift you bring to the future parents—and the rest of the world—could ever be quantified. It is a gift for which no one can ever repay you in full precisely because the life you will nurture, and all the hopes and dreams you carry, are priceless.
Because some of our staff personally experienced egg donation and surrogacy, they can relate to all aspects of your family planning. It is Family Inceptions’ responsibility to help alleviate the frustrations of finding a donor or surrogate who meets your needs. From intended parent intake assessment screening to navigating the choices of egg donation options to surrogate selection, and to finally preparing you for your baby’s arrival, each journey is unique. They all deserve our individualized attention that will empower you through each step of completing your family.
The legal information was provided by Jennifer S. Tharrington, Attorney at Law. Is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice and is not guaranteed to be current or accurate information. It is best to obtain legal advice from an attorney that specializes in assisted reproductive technology law. Each legal situation is unique and you should always speak with an attorney to further discuss your situation and legal needs.