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Estate Planning Challenges and Human Reproductive Technology

  • April 25, 2024
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
  • Virtual / Live Online Event / Recording Available


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This session will explain the treatment of human reproductive material and technology in the context of an estate. Specifically, we will explore what this material is, who owns it, how it can be used and by whom after the death of a donor.

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Challenges arise when stakeholders have conflicting interests in the deceased’s reproductive material and any resulting children. Carol will walk through these conflicts, possible resolutions for clients and best practices for planning.


Carol Willes, B Comm, LLB, MBA, LLM, TEP

Director Estate Planning, BMO Private Wealth

Carol brings over 30 years of legal experience with 14 years of dedicated wealth and estate planning expertise to her role. Carol came from a combination of private practice in law and consulting for clients from Asia to Europe in the areas of business structuring, succession planning and financing. She has taught both undergraduates and executives at the Queen’s University School of Business and Faculty of Law, in the fields of international business, law and ethics and most recently taught Wills and the Law of Succession to upper year law students at the University of Ottawa.


Registration $30

No charge for Estate Planning Council of Canada Members

Guests are welcome - this event is for Professional Advisors only.

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