Washington State to Allow Compensated Surrogacy

Surrogacy in Washington

Circle is excited to start working with women from Washington on surrogacy journeys! Compensated surrogacy in Washington will be allowed starting in 2019. For years, compensated surrogacy in Washington was not allowed. However, this will change starting January 1, 2019. Governor Inslee just signed Senate Bill 6037 into law, allowing for compensated surrogacy – and other […]

The History of Surrogacy: How Surrogacy Has Evolved

To many, surrogacy may seem like a radical idea. While there are always changes within the legal and medical arenas of gestational surrogacy, traditional surrogacy has been practiced for thousands of years. In fact, the bible even cites an ancient instance of traditional surrogacy in Genesis – Sarah, who was infertile, requested that her handmaiden, […]

Circle Surrogacy Parents and Surrogate Featured in the Washington Post!

Washington, D.C.-based parents Edward Palmieri and Christopher Schriever spoke with Washington Post reporter Michael Alison Chandler about their experience becoming parents to adorable twins (a boy and a girl) three years ago with Circle Surrogacy. The impetus for the article stems from the recent change to the Washington, D.C. law that banned surrogacy contracts for 25 years. […]