"Never give up on something you can't go a
day without thinking about."
A Family's LOVE!
Creating an Angel hopes to empower your family
with the love of a child!
...a NEW season in your life!
We work with couples, individuals, and the LGBTQ community throughout the
AVAILABLE: The COMPLETE Guide to Surrogacy for 2020!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a copy.
Surrogacy is not a simple process. To the contrary, it's complicated. Although its a personal journey, it's a legal, medical, social and emotional process. It’s
a unique partnership between hopeful parents and surrogates. It’s a collaborative effort between them and
their legal, medical and surrogacy professionals to bring a new life into the
If you’re new to surrogacy, whether as a prospective surrogate, a hopeful
parent, or just someone who is interested in learning more about the various
ways a family can be built, it can be difficult to know where to start. We're here to help you in any way possible!
There are two types of Surrogacy…Gestational and Traditional
surrogacy, a surrogate mother is artificially inseminated by the intended
father or an anonymous donor. The child is therefore related to both the
surrogate mother, who provides the egg, and the intended father or anonymous
donor. This complicates the process and gives the surrogate the right to
challenge her parental rights to the baby after the baby is born. Many states prohibit Traditional Surrogacy
surrogacy, an egg is removed from the intended mother or an anonymous donor and
fertilized with the sperm of the intended father or anonymous donor. The
fertilized egg, or embryo, is then transferred to a surrogate. The child is
genetically related to the woman who donated the egg and the intended father or
sperm donor, but not the surrogate. Creating an Angel processes Gestational Surrogacy!
UNLOCKING your door to Parenthood
Intended Parents? Who
Intended parents are those people who have tried for years to conceive and have a biological child naturally. For many different reasons, they were unable to do so. Some families have even tried IVF. They so longed to be parents that they researched and learned that surrogacy was another way to achieve their dream.
Clients of Creating an Angel, will be
matched to the perfect Surrogate! You will be able to view
profiles of approved Surrogates who are compassionate and understand the importance of confidentiality. Both our Surrogates and Intended Parents have
gone through the arduous screening process and have been approved and ready to
begin the process. Our staff and colleagues are open, honest, and compassionate. Each of our clients is unique with their own individual needs. We will explore your options with you and
devise a plan that’s yours and yours alone.
Intended parents can include couples and single people; there is no “typical” intended parent.
- Single men who want a child
- Single women who cannot carry a child to term themselves, due to infertility or health risks
- Same-sex male couples
- Same-sex female couples who cannot carry a child themselves
- Heterosexual couples struggling with infertility and the inability to carry a child
- Medically unable to have children
- For Florida Statute 63-213 information on single parenting and Pre-Adoption Agreements through surrogacy:
NOTE: LGBTQ singles and single men and women are eligible to use a Surrogate; however, they
would enter into a pre-adoption agreement and file a petition to adopt after
the baby is born. A partner will adopt the baby after the Intended Parent
has finalized the adoption. Through Assisted Reproductive Technology, the LGBTQ
community are now able to have a genetic connection to their child.
While intended parents who are older are more likely to struggle with infertility, many intended parents are younger as well.
We are aware that
many families exist that are longing for the love of a child! We have experienced the same aching and
longing ourselves which is why we are passionate about our work.
Intended Parent Requirements
between the ages 21 and 50
all necessary paperwork
respectful of the Surrogate’s commitment
in a stable living situation
- Proof of financial stability (Previous Tax Return/Pay Stubs)
on any public assistance
willing to undergo a Psychological Assessment
criminal history…Able to pass a background screening
the support of your spouse or partner (if applicable)
read and understand the Surrogacy process
right for you?
We understand the importance of "TRUST."
with professionals and become fully informed;
you make the financial and emotional commitment to surrogacy?
your partner/spouse ready and committed to the surrogacy process?
Are you approved physically, medically, psychologically and financially?
Are you prepared for the psychological and medical examinations?
Are you ready for the matching process?
Will you attend major milestones such as doctor's appointments and the delivery of your baby?
With Gestational Surrogacy in Florida, couples do not need to "adopt" their child and will not
need to attend Court. There are no residency requirements as well.
ready to begin!
We're here to guide you each step of this special and exciting process!
Will Gestational Surrogacy meet your needs?
you work with an agency or attorney?
you contacted the agency/attorney and do you meet their requirements?
Does your insurance cover a lifetime maximum that you can use for reproductive treatments?
will have the opportunity to be matched with a mutually compatible surrogate!
you created your profile?
profile will be shared with a surrogate that has compatible expectations.
can get to know one another more through phone calls, emails or in-person
Meetings are EXCITING!
will meet with your attorney to discuss your legal rights, compensation and
you and the surrogate will express your needs to your individual attorneys.
legal rights and compensation for the surrogate will be specifically stated in the contract.
attorneys will draft a contract that accommodates the needs of each the Intended Parents and
When both parties are in agreement, the
contract will be signed by both the Intended Parents and the Surrogate.
After the first trimester, your attorney
will work with you to establish you as
the legal parents of your child. You will make medical decisions for the baby and your names will be on the baby's birth certificate. This is the pre-birth order declaring the child as legally yours.
Embryo and Fertilization Process
procedures can begin!
you use an Egg Donor Bank or your egg/sperm?
fertilized egg will be transferred to the surrogate.
The surrogate receives fertility treatments, blood tests, ultrasounds and medications, as needed.
surrogate receives prenatal care and schedules her routine medical appointments.
It's time to birth your child!
* The surrogate begins receiving compensation after the heartbeat is heard.
Congratulations!!! Your baby is here!
- Will you be at the hospital?
- You travel home with your baby!
The surrogate travels home.
This is the most exciting day of your lives!
Becoming a parent is "MAGICAL!"
THE LOVE OF A CHILD!
Currently, we work with Surrogates and Intended Parents in the US.
We welcome the opportunity to speak with you!