Assisted Reproductive Technology Poses New Estate-Planning Questions

Due to the deferral of pregnancy, environmental issues and a host of medical factors, infertility rates are on the rise.

Lindsey’s latest article addresses the estate planning implications associated with assisted reproductive technology (ART). Specifically, what happens to genetic material upon death? And, who stands to inherit?

To learn more, download “Assisted Reproductive Technology Poses New Estate-Planning Questions,” published in the February issue of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.

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Assisted Reproductive Technology Poses New Estate-Planning Questions