How Much Does Surrogacy Cost?

It is important that you fully understand the costs associated with surrogacy as this is not only an emotional but financial commitment.  The costs vary depending on your individual case. We have put together a summary of what you can expect when becoming a parent through surrogacy after retaining our agency for services. Please contact us for a detailed list of costs. 

Surrogate screening fee

  • Medical screening (surrogate and/or egg donor)
  • Psychological screening
  • Intended parent(s) medical screening, semen analysis
  • Intended parent(s) meeting with psychologist

 Surrogate compensation & other expenses

  • Surrogate pregnancy compensation
  • Surrogate monthly expense allowance
  • Surrogate IVF embryo transfer fee
  • Surrogate life insurance payment
  • Surrogate maternity clothing allowance
  • Surrogate monthly support group fee
  • Surrogate start of medication fee
  • Surrogate health Insurance

Legal fees – Finalization of Parental Rights

  • Surrogates attorney fee
  • Intended parent(s) attorney fee for drafting the surrogacy agreement
  • Intended parent(s) parental rights/filing fee
  • Escrow account holder fee

Medical & Insurance Expenses

  • Medical fees and hospital / Lab charges for initial fresh embryo transfer
  • Medications for surrogate for initial fresh embryo transfer
  • Surrogate outside monitoring fee
  • Surrogate maternity care insurance

Anticipated costs – $95,000 – $150,000 

Costs vary depending on factors such as; a single or twin pregnancy, IVF clinic costs, surrogate compensation, lost wages, etc.