Trusts & Estates
Assisted Reproductive Technology and the Law
by Laura J. Koupal, JD | Koupal Law Firm
In addition to the complexity of divorce, remarriage, blended families and same-sex unions, estate planners have yet another “tricky issue” to address with the increasing numbers of individuals and couples using assisted reproductive technology to preserve fertility and produce offspring.Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is increasingly an tricky issue that estate planners must address as many clients have undergone fertility treatments.
Laura J. Koupal, tackles some of the questions your clients might face and how you can help. Download this 3 page article by to learn what you should be asking about ART to help plan for cryopreserved reproductive materials that exist.
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