Zsa Zsa Gabor, currently 94, is in the process of becoming one of the oldest new mothers ever. In law school we learn about a theory involving a fertile octogenarian with the point being that no one is too old to have a child so it is important to plan for future children. Today this is most common with grandparents who adopt children, Zsa Zsa is going about this a little differently. She is reportedly in the process of selecting an egg donor, surrogate mother, and after a succesful artificial insemination she could become a new mother. Zsa Zsa's only previous child predeceased her. What if the artificial insemination takes but the child is not born before she dies? Hopefully we will not have to answer this question. Historically an unborn child is considered a child of the parent if born within 9 months of death. Obviously this has historically applied to the father. What would the courts decide about a artificially inseminated child using a surrogate mother? I have no idea what a court would rule or what rational they would use, but it sounds like a law school or bar exam question.
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