Interested in becoming a gestational surrogate in Maine?
If you’re thinking about becoming a surrogate or if you’re a prospective parent evaluating your options, we’re here to answer your questions about surrogacy in Maine.
At ARTparenting we handle all the details from your very first contact with us through the birth of the child. We make sure each surrogate and intended parent are kept informed and cared for with access to support. A hallmark of our program is the focus we place on making great matches between the gestational surrogates and the parents they want to help.
Explore our website to find out how our surrogacy program works — including the financial considerations for surrogates. If you’d like to contact us, we’ll be happy to answer every question about being a surrogate in Maine — and how to get started.
Why choose ARTparenting?
ARTparenting’s founder, Meryl B. Rosenberg, Esq., has worked with hundreds of gestational surrogates and intended parents since 1993. She has an outstanding reputation in the reproductive community and volunteers her time to further the development of assisted-reproduction law.
Integrity, personal attention, and hands-on guidance are our hallmarks. Every surrogate is closely consulted about who she would like to help — whether she prefers to work with intended parents who live locally or overseas, families that already have a child, same-sex couples, and other situations. For our surrogates in Maine, there is no waiting to be matched. Each match is a mutual decision and a true partnership.
You have found the place for you with ARTparenting. Read our blogs posts and interviews with some of ARTparenting’s surrogates.
Compensation and/or Reimbursements for Maine Surrogates
One important element in your decision to become a surrogate in Maine may be financial. In order to minimize any burden on you and your family, it is essential that you are already financially stable. The actual amount of any payments and ancillary expenses will be based on individual factors. For more information, please review Compensation for Gestational Surrogates or contact us directly with your questions about the financial details.
Find out if you qualify
A gestational surrogate carries a child conceived through in-vitro fertilization (IVF) using the egg from the intended mother or an egg donor, and the sperm from the intended father or a sperm donor. The child will not be not genetically related to the gestational surrogate.
A few of the basic requirements for becoming a surrogate:
21 to 44 years old
Given birth to a child of your own
Enjoy being pregnant
Body mass index (BMI) 32 or less (check here)
Read about additional requirements.
Your decision to become a surrogate
The decision to become a gestational surrogate can be complex. Our blog post, “Making the Decision: Is it Right for Me?” may help. Becoming a surrogate requires a level of commitment that only a few exceptional women will be able to meet. We know that raising children is one of life’s ultimate joys — a willingness to share that joy with others is admirable. At ARTparenting, we feel so fortunate to be able to bring surrogates and intended parents together to help form families.
Take the next step…
We are grateful for your interest. If you would like to learn more about our surrogacy program, we would like to hear from you. To find out if you may qualify, take the next step by filling out our simple Surrogate inquiry form or call (301) 217-0074.
Find out if you qualify.
Please fill out our intended parent’s form,
or call 301-217-0074.
More praise for ARTparenting from our Surrogates.