Michigan Supreme Court to consider survivor benefits for twins conceived after father's death
"Children may be conceived posthumously several years after an individual's death, and waiting for the potential birth of a posthumously conceived child could tie up estate distributions indefinitely," the New Hampshire Supreme Court said in a 2007 case.
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