Surrogate Motherhood Agreement
Jurisdictions that allow surrogacy sometimes offer an option for the intentional mother, especially if she is also the genetic mother, to be recognized as the legal mother without going through the process of abandonment and adoption. Often this involves a birth order  in which a court decides the legal ancestry of a child. These orders generally require the consent of all parties involved, including sometimes the husband of a married gestational member. Most jurisdictions provide only an order after birth, often because of the reluctance to force the surrogate mother to waive parental rights when she changes her mind after birth. A traditional surrogacy (also known as a partial, natural or straight surrogate mother) is one in which the surrogate egg is fertilized in vivo by the sperm of the father or intentional donor. Replacement fertilization can be done either by natural insemination or by artificial insemination. The use of donor sperm leads to a child who is not genetically related to intentional parents. If the intentional father`s sperm is used in insemination, the resulting child is genetically related to the intentional father and surrogate mother.  With respect to gestational motherhood, the child is not biologically related to the surrogate mother, often referred to as a carrier of pregnancy. Instead, the embryo is produced through in vitro fertilization (IVF) with the eggs and sperm of intentional parents or donors, and then transmitted to the replacement donor. We have put together a series of questions put to us by surrogate mothers. If there is anything you want to know that is not being processed here, please email us email@example.com with your specific request, or call us to discuss it. In recent years, more and more women have been offering surrogate services, which is necessary due to their economic situation, unemployment and lack of social assistance opportunities (case study #3) .
In some cases, it is an option to be a substitute to raise a decent amount of money to buy a house or start a business. The Internet and newspapers are frequent places to promote surrogacy services. Therefore, Colombia`s economic conditions and the incremental approach of art could be factors that encourage potential transnational surrogacy agreements. The main concerns of Muslims regarding surrogacy concern the issues of adultery and parental ancestry.    Many Muslim groups claim that surrogacy is not permitted by Islamic law because it resembles zina (adultery), which is strictly prohibited in the Muslim religion.    This is due to the fact that the mother carries in surrogacy carries the fertilized egg of someone who is not their legal husband, and thus crosses the borders of Allah, as it is written in the Qur`an: “Those who keep their private parts, except in front of their spouses… (Al-Mu`minun 23:5) “He who goes beyond is indeed a transgressor” (Al-Mu`minun 23:7).   In addition, arguments have been made that surrogacy undermines the preservation of parentage (hifz al-nasl), which is one of the five universal objectives of Sharia law.    For Muslims, the order of the Qur`an denies that “their mothers are only those who fathered them and who were born (waladna hum)” the distinction between genetic mothers and stationed mothers, complicating conceptions of ancestry in the context of surrogacy, which is central to the Muslim faith.   In a group of countries, including Argentina and Colombia, bills were introduced and then rejected.