Commercial surrogacy refers to any surrogacy arrangement in which the surrogate mother is compensated for her services beyond reimbursement of medical expenses.
The surrogate compensation agreement details a pre-determined plan wherein the Intended Parents agree to cover medical costs, travel expenses, legal expenses, and other potential expenses that may arise during the journey.
Commercial surrogacy, when completed legally and ethically, can be a wonderful way for people to come together to help hopeful parents add to their families. Intended parents who are concerned about the legal or ethical implications of commercial surrogacy should work with an experienced professional in a country or state with clear surrogacy laws, and ensure their surrogate is compensated and treated fairly.
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Pros and Cons of Commercial Surrogacy
Clearly, there are many arguments to be made for and against commercial surrogacy. The advantages and disadvantages of this type of surrogacy will also depend to some extent on where the surrogacy is completed, the relationship between the intended parents and the surrogate, and more. Each prospective intended parent should consider the benefits and challenges of commercial surrogacy, as well as their own individual goals and circumstances, as they decide whether this form of surrogacy is right for them.
Here is an overview of some of the pros and cons of commercial surrogacy:
. Commercial surrogacy allows women to be compensated fairly for their yearlong commitment to intended parents as well as the physical and emotional demands of pregnancy.
. In states and countries with well-defined laws, commercial surrogacy is legally regulated to protect the rights of the surrogate as well as the intended parents.
. Commercial surrogacy is an option for intended parents who do not want to pressure close friends or family members to make the sacrifices required of altruistic surrogacy.
. In commercial surrogacy, contracts are negotiated ahead of time to determine the monetary compensation the surrogate will receive, which can prevent disputes over reimbursements during and after the pregnancy.
. Most commercial surrogates do not pursue surrogacy solely for the compensation. All surrogacy involves some level of altruism, as every surrogacy requires compassion and sacrifice. Most women pursue surrogacy because they want to help build other families.
. Commercial surrogacy is more expensive than altruistic surrogacy because intended parents will be responsible for surrogate compensation in addition to medical and legal costs.
. Some opponents of commercial surrogacy argue that it exploits vulnerable women.
. Commercial surrogacy is illegal in some countries, forcing some intended parents to pursue international surrogacy, which can lead to legal and ethical complications.