Yes. Surrogacy is practiced in Wisconsin, guided by case law rather than specific statutes governing surrogacy agreements. The state recognizes gestational surrogacy agreements through judicial decisions, accommodating arrangements for singles, unmarried couples, and LGBTQ+ individuals. While Wisconsin does not have a statute explicitly regulating surrogacy, courts often grant pre-birth orders to establish the intended parents’ legal rights, reflecting a supportive stance towards surrogacy based on case law precedents.