Brian Yaden

by Sam everingham

Posted on 2018-12-11 at 09:33:03

Brian Yaden is the founder of MIRACLE Surrogacy, which operates the largest surrogacy agency in Mexico and recently launched a Prague Guaranteed Baby Program.  Brian has been a guest speaker with Growing Families many times and has participated in numerous fertility and surrogacy panels and conferences around the world since he and his husband began their own surrogacy journey, and has become internationally recognized as an expert in the field.  He and  Henry began their own surrogacy journey in 2010 and eventually were blessed with the birth of Patricia in 2014 in Thailand.  Brian and Henry began helping many other intended parents with their own surrogacy journeys, providing advice and guidance related to international surrogacy.  Their ongoing surrogacy consultation business steadily grew into the largest surrogacy agency in Mexico with the best success rates and has helped hundreds of people create or expand their families through surrogacy.  Henry and Brian are expecting their second child via surrogacy in Prague, due in November 2019!

You can book a one-on-one consultation. Email: [email protected]


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