Surrogacy law is ever changing and evolving. You need to have an experienced attorney to guide you and devise a road map for your surrogacy journey. An attorney who will listen to your desires and concerns, when divising that roadmap. Things to consider, but not all inclusive are:
Does the Gestational Carrier have independent medical insurance and does that insurance exclude surrogacy pregnancy?
Have the parties discussed and agreed on the confidentiality of the agreement?
Have the parties agreed on how many cycles the Gestational Carrier will go through to achieve viable pregnancy?
Have the parties agreed on how many embryos are being transferred with each given transfer procedure?
Have the parties agreed upon aspects of selective reduction or a therapeutic abortion?
Have the parties undergone both medical and psychological evaluations to ensure fitness for a surrogacy arrangement?
Have the parties come to an agreement on any restrictions that may be placed on the Gestational Carrier?
Do the Intended Parents have a plan for the child(ren) in the event that both die during the pregnancy?