Surrogacy Agencies in Arkansas

Surrogacy in Arkansas Overview


If you want to know how to become a surrogate in Arkansas or how intended parents can find a surrogate to carry their child, this guide can help.

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Continue reading this guide to find out crucial information to help prospective intended parents and surrogates understand how surrogacy agencies in Arkansas can help them.

What is Surrogacy in Arkansas?

Surrogacy in Arkansas involves a prospective surrogate mother and intended parents. A surrogate often chooses to pursue surrogacy to:

Intended parents pursue surrogacy to:

Although there are two types of surrogacy in Arkansas, gestational surrogacy in Arkansas is more common and less legally risky.

Gestational Surrogacy in Arkansas

A gestational surrogate is not related to the baby she carries. With gestational surrogacy, an embryo is created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) using the sperm and egg from intended parents or donors. The embryo is then transferred to a surrogate’s uterus.

Nearly all modern-day surrogacies are gestational.

How Does Surrogacy Work in Arkansas?

Although intended parents and surrogates could choose to pursue independent surrogacy in Arkansas without the help of an agency, surrogacy agencies in Arkansas make all surrogacy journeys smoother.

What Do Surrogacy Agencies in Arkansas Do?

Surrogacy agencies in Arkansas make the surrogacy process more manageable and can provide support during your surrogacy journey.

If you’d like to connect with surrogacy agencies in Arkansas, here are a few you can consider:

These surrogacy agencies will provide you with surrogacy professionals who can:

How to Become a Surrogate Mother in Arkansas

Becoming a surrogate in Arkansas can be an incredible journey. Although the screening and medical process takes effort, it’s well worth it if surrogacy is one of your goals.

The following are the steps you will take if you want to pursue surrogacy in Arkansas:

  1. Decide surrogacy is right for you
  2. Complete surrogacy screening
  3. Match with intended parents
  4. Agree to surrogacy terms and create a surrogacy contract
  5. Undergo the medical surrogacy process
  6. Confirm the pregnancy and start to receive surrogacy payments
  7. Receive your final base surrogacy payment upon delivery

How Much Does Surrogacy Cost in Arkansas for Surrogates?

Surrogacy is free to all gestational carriers.

Every surrogate will get reimbursed for all their surrogacy- and pregnancy-related expenses, and most gestational carriers entering a surrogacy receive additional compensation, too.

Typically, first-time surrogates receive $45,000-50,000 for their time and energy. Repeat surrogates can often receive more — up to $75,000.

How to Become Intended Parents in Arkansas

Intended parents can start the surrogacy journey by reaching out to a surrogacy professional at an agency. When an intended parent reaches out to American Surrogacy, they can expect to go through the following steps:

How Much Does Surrogacy Cost in Arkansas for Intended Parents?

Generally, surrogacy in Arkansas costs between $120,000 and $250,000. Several factors will determine your total cost:

One way you can protect your finances during this journey is working with an agency that uses a fixed fee structure that includes unlimited matching and unlimited embryo transfer attempts.

Next Steps Toward Surrogacy in Arkansas


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