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Is Your New Year's Resolution to Overcome Infertility and Create a Family? A Reputable Surrogacy Agency Can Make 2010 Your Year
Date:12/28/2009

and so much more,” wrote Kimberly. “She attended to all the details and presented them simply and readily so we could focus on the pregnancy and our relationship with the surrogate. The personal and undivided attention really helped our journey. It was a wonderful experience.”

Amy Kaplan stated, “Because our process is so discerning and tailored to each individual’s needs, and our team of experts so thorough, we are confident in our ability to see the gestational surrogacy process through to a successful end in each and every instance.”

West Coast Surrogacy, Inc.

Surrogacy is a complex, sensitive process that requires the aid of experts. West Coast Surrogacy is an all-inclusive Southern California agency offering personalized, one-on-one support. Working with couples and gestational carriers worldwide, WCS uses a team approach that encompasses the highest levels of integrity, support, and compassion. WCS finds intended parents a qualified and compassionate surrogate, assists clients through the complex legal, medical, financial and psychological elements, and provides personalized, round-the-clock support and counseling.

Founder and director Amy Kaplan helms a team that guides clients and surrogates through every step of this life-changing process, acting as both a resource for information and an unparalleled support system. Kaplan has spent her career in reproductive technology; she is a trained birth doula, and was herself a gestational carrier. She attends all West Coast Surrogacy births and follows up for weeks afterward to ensure that all parties are satisfied with their experience.

West Coast Surrogacy has strict regulations in place to screen surrogate candidates as well as parents in need of surrogates. Legal contracts are required of all parties at the outset of the process. Although WCS itself does not provide legal or medical services, it refers clients and carriers to
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