We match Texas surrogates with intended parents from all over the world
We represent couples of every kind, married and unmarried, as well as single men and women who want to start a family. Our gestational surrogates undergo a thorough screening process; once selected, they reap the benefits of our full support. Our staff comes from the legal, medical and insurance worlds, as well as family and child therapy, mental health and project management.
Families are created with love
We believe families are created with love. Because great parents come in all shapes and sizes, we created an agency committed to inclusivity and acceptance. One of our directors is an assisted reproductive technology attorney with years of experience. She’s well acquainted with legal and medical systems and has connections to many of the region’s key service providers.
On the personal front, we’ve dealt with our share of infertility issues. We bring compassion and a parent’s perspective to this very personal, nontraditional, loving way of growing a family. We get it. We’re here to make sure your concerns are dealt with and your financial—and emotional—investment is protected.
Choice of attorney is up to you
The intricacies of surrogacy and donation agreements require legal representation for both intended parents and gestational carriers. One of our directors is an attorney who specializes in surrogacy law. Ellen Trachman is a great resource for legal questions generally and can help you find the right fit of a knowledgeable and experienced licensed attorney for your representation in Texas. Unlike many agencies that insist intended parents use in-house counsel or their appointed attorney, we provide the guidance you need to find the right professional, but leave the ultimate decision in your hands. We’re happy to recommend Texas attorneys to meet your needs.
We customize your agency agreement
Your signed agency agreement with Texas Surrogacy is a legal document specifying the services we’re obligated to provide. We customize our agreements to reflect the concerns and circumstances unique to your situation. Before signing the agreement, let us know if we’ve neglected to include a consideration that’s important to you or if you’d like a clause explained in greater detail. Your agency agreement is open for negotiation until you’ve signed it.
Professional affiliations keep us current
Texas Surrogacy is a member of SEEDS (Society for Ethical Egg Donation and Surrogacy), RESOLVE (a national infertility organization) via their parent organization, Bright Futures Families, LLC. We’re firm believers in ethical surrogacy practices. Certain of our staff are members of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the Colorado LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce, the Denver Jewish Chamber of Commerce, the American Bar Association’s Assisted Reproductive Technology Committee and Adoption Committee, the Colorado Bar Association Family Section, the Colorado Bar Association Women’s Section, the Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys (formerly known as AAARTA), the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Family Law Section, the National LGBT Bar, the New England Fertility Society and the Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys Paralegal Committee.