Surrogacy

By Adoption Choices of Nevada Team

Gift Ideas for Your Gestational Carrier

If you are like most intended parents, you want to build that special bond with your gestational carrier. You want to be present at every checkup, know when the baby first kicks and be a part of the labor process. Building that bond with the gestational carrier is so precious, because she takes on one of the most selfless jobs anyone could ever do. She not only gives the the intended parents an amazing gift, but she also carries a load of responsibility that can be overwhelming. She’s carrying precious cargo that doesn’t belong to her. That in itself is…

Surrogacy

By Adoption Choices of Nevada Team

Gestational Surrogacy versus Adoption

Many people starting from a young age want children. Maybe you have thought about finding your true love and growing your family with that person. You may have imagined having many children and often wondered what it would be like to be a parent. For some, that dream can be achieved. Whether they are in a same sex relationship, can’t seem to find their “true love” or have issues conceiving. No matter what issues lie ahead, there are many options and methods made available to ensure your dreams become a reality. Both gestational surrogacy and adoption have beneficial factors that…

Surrogacy

By Adoption Choices of Nevada Team

Traditional Surrogacy and Gestational Surrogacy: Two Ways to Create a Family

Creating one’s own family is a dream for many. Having children who look identical to you and act similarly to you is an indescribable feeling. Experiencing flutter kicks and hearing your baby’s heartbeat for the first time is something most women dream of. Unfortunately for some, they’re unable to make that dream a reality. This could be due to health complications, infertility issues, and even having health conditions that could be passed on to their child. Couples unable to expand their families often, unintentionally, strain their relationship, which can cause them to give up on their dream of having children….

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Penalty Free Withdrawal for Adoption with the new SECURE Act

After months of uncertainty, Congress passed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act, clearing the way for one of the most significant pieces of retirement plan and education account legislation in more than a decade. On December 20, President Trump signed the SECURE Act into law. The SECURE Act makes numerous changes to both Internal Revenue Code (IRC) and Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) that will expand retirement plan coverage for workers and increase savings opportunities. A welcome addition to the bill and beneficial for adoptive families, a new exception to the 10% early distribution penalty:…