Inheritance Issues Abound For Children Conceived After Death

Through assisted reproductive technologies couples have the opportunity to plan to freeze genetic material for the purpose of having children in the future and possibly after their death. This technology has created a category of heirs known as posthumously conceived children. There has been a lag in state inheritance laws to address whether these children have the same inheritance rights as children born during the decedent’s lifetime.

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