MEGAN PENDLETON, Intestate Inheritance Claims: Determining a Child's Right to Inherit When Biological and Presumptive Paternity Overlap, 29 Cardozo Law Review 2823 (May 2008)

Although the introduction to Megan Pendleton's Intestate Inheritance Claims: Determining a Child's Right to Inherit When Biological and Presumptive Paternity Overlap suggests an exploration of the new forms of American family that result from unmarried parents, same-sex parenting, surrogacy and advancements in reproductive technology, the piece's actual focus is more limited: the appropriate determination

Although the introduction to Megan Pendleton's “Intestate Inheritance Claims: Determining a Child's Right to Inherit When Biological and Presumptive Paternity Overlap” suggests an exploration of the new forms of American family that result from unmarried parents, same-sex parenting, surrogacy and advancements in reproductive technology, the piece's actual focus is more limited: the appropriate determination of paternity for inheritance purposes in light of advanceme

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