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Reproductive technology and the law: Rights of surviving spouses and posthumously conceived children
Ronald R. Volkmer, Reproductive Technology and the Law: Rights of Surviving Spouses and Posthumously Conceived Children, Est. Plan., Jan. 2009, at 52.
Fiduciary duties: Update on previously reported case
Ronald R. Volkmer, Fiduciary Duties: Update on Previously Reported Case, Est. Plan., Apr. 2013, at 43.
Social security benefits and the posthumously conceived child
Ronald R. Volkmer, Social Security Benefits and the Posthumously Conceived Child, Est. Plan., Oct. 2012, at 43.
Posthumous conception begets another social security dispute
Ronald R. Volkmer, Posthumous Conception Begets Another Social Security Dispute, Est. Plan., Jan. 2013, at 38.
Update on posthumously conceived child and social security
Ronald R. Volkmer, Update on Posthumously Conceived Child and Social Security, Est. Plan., June 2013, at 43.
Posthumously conceived child and social security benefits
Ronald R. Volkmer, Posthumously Conceived Child and Social Security Benefits, Est. Plan., Dec. 2011, at 47.
Another take on the status of the posthumously conceived child
Ronald R. Volkmer, Another Take on the Status of the Posthumously Conceived Child, Est. Plan., July 2011, at 41.
Status of posthumously conceived child as heir
Ronald R. Volkmer, Status of Posthumously Conceived Child as Heir, Est. Plan., May 2011, at 44.
Eligibility of posthumously conceived child to inherit under intestacy law
Ronald R. Volkmer, Eligibility of Posthumously Conceived Child to Inherit Under Intestacy Law, Est. Plan., Nov. 2007, at 50.