Gestational Surrogacy is generally permitted in Oregon. There are no statutes or published case law that specifically permits or prohibits surrogacy. Surrogacy is an accepted way to build one’s family in Oregon.
Pre-Birth Orders are usually granted when at least one of the Intended Parents shares a genetic connection with the child. A Pre-Birth Order may still be granted when neither Intended Parent is genetically related to the child, but results vary by county.
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