This program covers the ability to store genetic material for future use, combined with the ability to produce an embryo via in vitro fertilization, make it possible for a child to be conceived after the death of one or both parents. What rights, if any, a child conceived after the death of a parent would have in that parent's estate, or in trusts created for the benefit of that parent and his or her "issue" is at best unclear. This program will provide guidance of these issues within amendments to the NY Estates, Powers and Trust Law (EPTL) as well as the Child-Parent Security Act.

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
March 03, 2015
Posthumously Conceived Children in Light of Amendments to EPTL
Speaker Information
Nancy Klotz Esq.   [ view bio ]
Sharon Kelly Sayers Esq.   [ view bio ]
Anthony Selvaggio Esq.   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Monroe County Bar Center for Education
Professional Practice Credits: 2.00
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