In Wisconsin, gestational surrogacy is permitted by the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision Paternity of F.T.R., Rosecky v. Schissel. The court concluded that surrogacy contracts are enforceable unless contrary to the child’s best interest. Pre-birth orders can be issued however a final order must be issued after the baby is born. Courts are more favorable to married couples and a court appearance is most common.
Traditional (genetic) surrogacy is permitted in Wisconsin pursuant to the Supreme Court case of In Re Paternity of F.T.R., Rosecky v. Schissel.
We strongly recommend retaining legal counsel, knowledgeable of reproductive law in the Wisconsin.