Gay & LGBT Surrogacy: Gay Parenting at the Surrogacy Source


At Fertility Source Companies, our passion is to help you fulfill your dreams and we strongly believe everyone deserves the opportunity to become a parent. Our caring staff will guide you toward your goal of becoming a parent, while recognizing the amazing journey you are on.


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Fertility Source Companies provides compassion and skilled care to all parties involved in the gestational surrogacy process and egg donation process. We offer the highest quality gestational surrogates and egg donors; each has been personally interviewed and screened, and they are ready to be matched with all intended parents. We are located in California, which has some of the most favorable surrogacy and donor laws in this country.

California Family Law statutes protect all parties in surrogate pregnancies and egg donor cycles, and California courts have consistently protected intended parents’ rights and obligations to their parenthood, regardless of whether the parents use their own genetic material, donor eggs, or an artificially-inseminated surrogate.

“California is accepting of surrogacy agreements and would likely uphold agreements that include lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals. While the state has no statute directly addressing surrogacy or donors, California’s courts have used the state’s Uniform Parentage Act to interpret several cases concerning surrogacy agreements.” (Source: Human Rights Campaign). While California is a favorable state, there are many other states that allow paid surrogacy, pre-birth orders etc. with extensive resources in the industry, we are ready to help you navigate this complex journey.

Fertility Source Companies is proud to offer our services to the LGBT community, and we have had great success assisting LGBT intended parents on their rewarding journey to parenthood. When considering a surrogate pregnancy or egg donor, come to Fertility Source Companies with the confidence that we can help you become a parent.

We have compiled a few resources for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender prospective parents:

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