In a recent ruling, In re Paternity of F.T.R., the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that surrogacy arrangements, even those in which the surrogate uses her own egg, are enforceable as long as they are in the best interests of the child. Although this produced the right outcome in that particular case, the court’s ruling does not confront many important issues regarding surrogacy contracts and leaves open the answers to some crucial questions.
Joanna L. Grossman,
A Matter of Contract: The Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Traditional Surrogacy Agreements Are Enforceable VERDICT
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