What is Gestational Surrogacy?
Gestational Surrogacy is defined as surrogacy where the carrier has no genetic relationship to the child she is carrying. This is accomplished by the transfer of an embryo to the carrier that does not use the egg of the carrier.
What is Traditional Surrogacy?
Traditional Surrogacy is defined as surrogacy where the carrier is the genetically related to the child she is carrying. In traditional surrogacy, the pregnancy is usually achieved by artificial insemination. Traditional surrogacy poses significant issues in determining parentage of the child and can cause disputes that do not favor the intended parents, therefore, it is discouraged by lawyers and doctors. If you intend to use traditional surrogacy, Guston & Guston can explain the law and the difficulties you may encounter.