Surrogacy and egg donation is an emotional journey, but also a complex one. Having the right legal expertise and support throughout the journey ensures as smooth an experience as possible. Intended parents should look to work with lawyers who are experienced in Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) law.
At Be Parent, every intended parent has a Coordination team who will assist them in establishing their parental rights to their baby(ies).
According to Article 144
The aforementioned law, egg and sperm donation are also allowed, in case the couple needed any of these options. In fact, the identity of donors can be disclosed to the intended parents. As long as they agree, they can even get to know her in person.
As mentioned above, once the child is born, the IPs will be deemed as parents, having all the legal responsibilities and rights derived from it. The surrogate shall not have any rights to the child, and by no means will be recognized as the legal mother of the child.
The following are other aspects to keep in mind:
- The birth certificate is issued within 24 hours from childbirth.
- The names of the IPs will be put on the child’s birth certificate following birth.
- The IPs do not need consent from the surrogate to be registered as the child’s legal parents.
This makes it a pleasant place to stay for our successful parents while they wait for their baby’s passport from their Embassy. Parents from European or Asian countries should anticipate a 4 to 6-week wait, while those from the United Kingdom, the USA, or Australia should anticipate 6 to 8 weeks.
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