Attorney Charlotte Danciu works with all parties involved in the adoption and surrogacy processes. She dedicated her career to serving surrogates, birth mothers, and adoptive parents in the Port St. Lucie area. With over four decades of experience and a distinct passion for helping others, Ms. Danciu is an unmatched advocate.
Florida is notorious for its forward surrogacy laws, one of the many reasons that Attorney Charlotte Danciu established her practice there. Though Florida laws are more favorable than not concerning surrogacy, a lawyer's expertise is indispensable.
Types Of Surrogacy
Florida allows both traditional and gestational surrogacy. Traditional surrogacy tends to have more legal risks, whereas gestational surrogacy follows a similar legal path to adoption. Either route requires the guidance of a legal professional.
Compensation for surrogacy, also known as commercial surrogacy, is legal in Florida and intended to cover the associated costs and risks that the birth mother may procure.
Surrogacy contracts are binding agreements between the intended parents and the surrogate to ensure a smooth transition. For example, one component of the contract is that the intended parents will accept parental rights regardless of any impairments of the child.
These contracts must also include assurance that the surrogate will: