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Inheritance Rights of Posthumously Conceived Children

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The article published on The Ohio Trust & Estate Blog and titled "Posthumously Conceived Children and Their Uphill Battle for Inheritance Rights" highlights difficulties faced by children who were conceived after a death of a parent.  At the present time, there are only 11 states that recognize the biological relationships of children who were conceived posthumously; and besides Iowa, no other state is planning on changing its law.  In the meantime, families will have to rely on estate planning attorneys to devise a plan to provide for after-conceived children.

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Posted by Mariya V. Link, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal  

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