Become a Surrogate in Maine

Surrogacy in Maine

Maine has excellent case law protecting surrogates and intended parents making it a great state for surrogates and intended parents. The legal work required in Maine to establish the rights of the intended parents is rather simple and court hearings are rarely required.The pleadings are all drafted in advance of the birth and usually all can be heard and decided in advance of birth.

Medical Coverage and Care 

With close proximity to cities like Boston surrogates have access to quality care at some of the world’s best medical centers, according to U.S. News & World Report's Top-Ranked Hospitals for Gynecology. Maine surrogates whose insurance companies don’t cover maternity costs are provided with optimal medical coverage to the pregnancy and delivery by the intended parents. Maine surrogates who do have insurance coverage are typically paid a higher fee.

Benefits for Surrogates in Maine

The first payment is the $350 Expedited Screening Bonus. You are eligible to receive $350 if we receive all required paperwork (including previous Prenatal and Delivery records), medical pre-approval AND you and your primary support person complete your Social Work Screening within 3 weeks of submitting your application. In order to receive this bonus, you must match with intended parents in our program. Of note, this amount is deducted from your base fee, but will be deposited shortly after matching, prior to receiving any other surrogacy payments. Then you receive a $500 advance after you complete your medical screening. Please note, these two payments are deducted from your base fee.

  • Gain an incredible sense of self-fulfillment from giving the greatest gift humanly possible to another family
  • Compensation based on Maine residence
  • Gain an incredible sense of self-fulfillment from giving the greatest gift humanly possible to another family
  • Build a life-long relationship with forever grateful intended parents
  • Work with a personal program coordination team and licensed social worker
  • Consult with your legal representation to guide you through the legal process

Family and reproductive law is continually developing and changing. As such, there is no guarantee the information on this website is current or correct. Circle’s in-house legal team and referring attorneys provided the information listed, and it is not intended to be a substitute for an attorney’s legal counsel. In any individual case, you should always confer with an attorney who specializes in this area of law and is licensed to practice in the particular state at hand.

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