Gestational Surrogacy In Oregon: A Comprehensive Guide

If you’re thinking about choosing surrogacy in Oregon, you may be wondering: “What are the surrogacy laws in Oregon, and how will they affect my ability to become an intended parent in this state?” Gestational surrogacy is permitted in Oregon as a result of the absence of any regulations or published case laws prohibiting it. ORS 109.239-109.247, Oregon’s only surrogacy laws, address who is (and is not) legally responsible for children born through assisted reproduction.

According to these laws, donors are not responsible for any children born from embryos created with their sperm or eggs. Both intended parents and surrogate mothers can perform surrogacy in Oregon. The go-to state for surrogacy is Oregon. That’s not all. You can obtain your newborn’s pre-birth certificate and full parental rights under Oregon state law with minimal paperwork and legal action.


Neelam Chhagani, MA (Counselling Psychology), PGD (Mental Health), and Holistic Infertility and Third-Party Reproduction Consultant. Member of the European Fertility Society, Best Surrogacy Blogger of 2020, with 200 dedicated blogs and leading contributor on Quora for Surrogacy. Highly respected, authoritative and trusted professional with 13 years of experience in international surrogacy. Advocate for Secure, Legal, and Affordable International Surrogacy. Learn more: /Neelam-Chhagani

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