Yes, surrogacy is legal in Oregon, but the state lacks a comprehensive legal framework specifically governing surrogacy. The legality of surrogacy agreements and the process for establishing intended parents’ legal rights, such as through pre-birth orders, largely depend on judicial interpretation and the specifics of each case. Intended parents of all backgrounds, including singles, unmarried couples, and LGBTQ+ individuals, may pursue surrogacy with the guidance of experienced legal counsel to navigate the state’s legal landscape.