If you are a parent who has recently separated with your partner, it is likely that the question of child custody has become very significant for you. It is common for parents to have concerns about their child's welfare when in the custody of other caregivers, especially when they have evidence of issues with addiction and substance abuse.
If you want to become a biological parent but for personal reasons or health reasons cannot carry a fetus to full term, it is possible to conceive a child through the means of surrogacy. Surrogacy is the act of implanting an embryo into a woman who is willing to carry a fetus that is not genetically hers to full term. After the baby is born, the biological mother will assume custody of the child, along with her partner if she has one.