Dallas & Houston, Texas – Surrogacy Agency Near Me
Learn about our Texas surrogacy agency, the surrogacy process, local fertility centers and local surrogate costs and compensation.
Fertility Source Companies and our division, The Surrogacy Source™ in Texas provides a thorough and sensitive approach to fostering warm, successful partnerships between surrogates and intended parents. Our Texas surrogates are compassionate, healthy women who want to help couples achieve their dream of starting a family. We are pleased to work with heterosexual and LGBT families throughout greater Texas.
Learn more about our surrogacy process, as well as what surrogates are paid; and how much it costs to work with a surrogate when you’re ready to have a baby. We offer surrogacy agency services in Houston, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, El Paso and other convenient Texas locations. Our team will guide you through all the legal, medical and financial steps of the surrogacy journey.
"I have been with the surrogacy source since 2014. I delivered my first surrogate baby in August. I have nothing but wonderful things to say about them. I will be using them for my next surrogacy."– S
CCRM Houston Fertility Clinic
929 Gessner Road Suite 2300
Houston, TX 77024
Dallas Fort Worth Fertility Associates
5477 Glen Lakes Drive Suite 200
Dallas, TX 75231
2840 Legacy Drive
Building 1, Suite 100
Frisco, TX 75034
Fertility Center of San Antonio
4499 Medical Drive Suite 200
San Antonio, TX 78229
E-mail: [email protected]
Fort Worth Fertility
Fort Worth, TX 76104
E-mail: [email protected]
RMA of Texas
19296 Stone Oak Pkwy
San Antonio, TX 78258
6300 West Parker Road Suite G28
Plano, TX 75093
Texas Fertility Center – Austin
6500 Mopac, Building 1 Suite 1200
Austin, TX 78731
Learn more about Texas gestational surrogacy procedures, laws and statistics.
Texas is a surrogacy-friendly state with laws that grant intended parents legal parental rights to a child born to their contracted gestational surrogate. There are two main components of gestational carrier laws in Texas to become familiar with before entering into a gestational agreement:
- the intended parents have the right to enter into a written agreement with a surrogate and to have a court validate said agreement.
- the agreement can stipulate that the intended parents will be the legal parents of a child born under said gestational agreement.
The State of Texas also requires health insurance providers to cover some in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures.Talk to your insurance plan provider for information on what fees are covered under your plan.
Do you have more questions about surrogacy services near you?If you have any questions regarding gestational surrogacy in Texas,
Contact Fertility Source Companies today!