Hi everyone! I’m Mo. If you don’t know me, I’ve been a small part of the Vermont Surrogacy Network team for a few years. I’m so excited to say that I’ll be increasing my time with Jes. We figured now…
You may have noticed promotions and advertisements for compensation up to $50,000 or $60,000. These are gimmicks to get your attention and convince you to work with their agency.
I recently received an e-mail from intended parents I was representing in a gestational surrogacy arrangement. Their carrier is due in the fall, and they were hearing some surprising statements from the hospital birthing center staff.
With the risk of sounding hokey, we do want to sincerely express that we understand your fears and hesitations around moving forward with gestational surrogacy during such an uncertain time. Vermont Surrogacy Network is riding the wave with you and taking this very seriously.
What's going to be the "new normal" in Gestational Surrogacy after COVID-19? Let's shed some light on what we are doing at Vermont Surrogacy Network and what is happening at the IVF clinics we work with.
So in 2008 my mother, father, brother, and myself all picked up and moved to Vermont. To a hotel of all places. Well it wasn’t that bad. I made friends with the night clerk and swam all the time, got my own room. So it really wasn’t all bad. I had a few dates with some guys.
Vermont Surrogacy Network (VSN) closed out 2017 with three transfers just before Christmas and rang in the New Year of 2018 with all three transfers being confirmed as pregnancies!!!
2018 could prove to be a turning point in Vermont with a new Parentage Bill being passed by the House of Representatives and moving to the Senate.
Having just completed my first embryo donation contract for clients working with Northeastern Reproductive Medicine, I wanted to share some thoughts on the contrasting philosophical and legal constructs underpinning this procedure.