uniform probate code 2-114
- N.D.C.C. § 30.1-04-09 - (2-114) Parent Barred from Inheriting in Certain Circumstances
- Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 190B, § 2-114 - Parent and child relationship
The inadequacies of Missouri intestacy law: addressing the rights of posthumously conceived children.
... legislature should adopt the 2008 amendments to the uniform Probate Code (UPC). This note examines the provisions of the 2008 ...
Challenges and inconsistencies facing the posthumously conceived child.
... the amended Act and received those benefits through the probate process of intestate succession. . The Model Probate Code (MPC) ecame the first uniform probate act in 1946 when it was created by the Probate Law ...
Marriage, Biology, and Federal Benefits
This Article approaches the topic of same-sex marriage from a novel perspective by scrutinizing the historical accuracy of the primary defense proffered by same-sex marriage opponents -"responsible procreation". In the context of challenges to Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act ("DOMA"), responsible procreation posits that the federal government’s historic purpose in...
- HRS § 560:2-114 - Parent and child relationship
Mother's baby, father's maybe! Intestate succession: when should a child born out of wedlock have a right to inherit from or through his or her biological father?
... and her mother, challenged a portion of the Illinois Probate Act that allowed children born out of wedlock to inherit only ... should the revisions look like? Currently, there is no uniformity with respect to out-of-wedlock paternal inheritance rights. We .... The 2008 Uniform Probate Code uses the parent-child relationship to determine whether "the ...
- C.R.S § 15-11-118 - Adoptee and adoptee's adoptive parent or parents
- C.R.S § 15-11-119 - Adoptee and adoptee's genetic parents
- C.R.S § 15-11-117 - No distinction based on marital status
- C.R.S § 15-11-122 - Equitable adoption
- C.R.S § 15-11-101 - Intestate estate
- C.R.S § 15-11-102.5 - Share of designated beneficiary
- C.R.S § 15-11-105 - No taker
- C.R.S § 15-11-108 - After-born heirs - repeal. (Repealed)
- C.R.S § 15-11-110 - Debts to decedent
- C.R.S § 15-11-111 - Alienage
- C.R.S § 15-11-113 - Individuals related to decedent through two blood lines
- C.R.S § 15-11-107 - Kindred of half blood
- C.R.S § 15-11-112 - Dower and courtesy abolished
- C.R.S § 15-11-114 - Parent barred from inheriting in certain circumstances
- C.R.S § 15-11-102 - Share of spouse
- C.R.S § 15-11-115 - Definitions
A Matter of Life And Death: Posthumous Conception
Introduction I. Problems Of Paternity And Inheritance A. The Posthumously Conceived Child is Not a "Child" B. Legal Status to Inherit 1. Testate Inheritance 2. Intestate Inheritance 3. Social Security Benefits II. Louisiana's Legislation: Louisiana Revised Statutes 9:391.1 III. Competing Policies In Posthumous Conception A. State Interests 1. Timely Disposition of Estates 2. Welfare of...
..., adding Louisiana Revised Statutes 9:391.1 to the Civil Code Ancillaries. 48 Louisiana Revised Statutes 9:391.1, as ...54 In part to protect this state interest, the Uniform Status of Children of Assisted Conception Act (USCACA) found it ...L. Rev. 967, 983-84 (1996). . See, e.g.,Unif. Probate Code § 2-302. . Id. . James E. Bailey, An Analytical ...
- C.R.S § 15-11-116 - Effect of parent-child relationship