Surrogacy Fees & Costs
How much does surrogacy cost?
Intended Parents should budget for an average cost of surrogacy ranging from $98,000 to $140,000, with an understanding the range is based on varying services and fees that may be required for each individual situation.
This includes the surrogate mother fee, the surrogacy agency fee, the cost of IVF and fertility treatments as well as pricing for legal, travel and other expenses.
We recognize this is an expensive process, but emphasize you budget for the associated costs appropriately. We are committed to protecting your financial and emotional investments, and are pleased to offer a platform of financial transparency and security for this sensitive endeavor. A comprehensive price schedule, detailing the costs of using a surrogate mother, will be provided during your individual consultation.
“Why are you half the cost of other surrogacy programs?”
The most frequent question received about our surrogacy program is: “Why are you half the cost of other programs?”. We have even had new patients report to us that they were concerned about coming to a program that seems to be far less costly than most other programs. Once they visit us as new patients however, our couples are pleasantly surprised. Our costs are kept low by a combination of providing our patients the option of referral to experienced surrogacy attorneys (one of our attorney referral sources successfully argued and prevailed in the California Supreme Court case establishing the indisputable parental rights of couples over the gestational surrogate), by applying time tested successful protocols for the achievment of pregnancy, by constantly carrying out a high volume of surrogacy cycles, and by eliminating the “middle man” price mark-ups seen in many programs and often disguised as “facility fees”, “Center fees” or other nondescript fee mark-ups. We also do not add foreign visitor surcharge fees.