Month: January 2019

Posthumous Use of Reproductive Tissue: Who Decides?

The law concerning assisted reproductive technology (“ART”) occupies a unique space where the autonomy of the human body intersects with property rights, which historically at common law did not extend to the human body or body parts. The world’s first in-vitro baby was born in 1978, but it was only

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Never Too Young To Start: Family Law Considerations for Millennials

In a prior blog on millennials and estate planning, I discussed its importance for the younger generation and the unintended consequences that can result from failing to have proper planning in place. In today’s blog, I hope to take that notion a step further by discussing family law implications that

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