How does sur­ro­gacy work in the UK?

Manchester Evening News - - NEWS -

SUR­RO­GACY in this coun­try is le­gal but it is il­le­gal to ad­ver­tise for a sur­ro­gate, or to ad­ver­tise to be a sur­ro­gate.

Af­ter a sur­ro­gate child is born, the par­ents ap­ply for a parental or­der to be­come le­gal par­ents.

To ob­tain a parental or­der the in­tended par­ents must be domi­ciled in the UK, must be in a proven long-term re­la­tion­ship or be mar­ried.

The sur­ro­gate must not have re­ceivCead­pat­nioyn­thgi­h­ng­ghogth­hgehr than ex­penses. ghgh A gh sur­ro­gate’sghgh gh

ghgh ghghgh gh ex­penses are per­sonal and will dif­fer de­pend­ing on a sur­ro­gate’s per­sonal cir­cum­stances. Sur­ro­gates ex­penses can range from £8,000 to £15,000.

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