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For the purposes of inheritance by, through, and from any child, the effects and treatment of the parent-child relationship shall not depend on whether or not the parents have been married.

Persons of the half blood inherit the same share they would inherit if they were of the whole blood, but stepchildren, foster children and their descendants do not inherit, unless adopted or so named as a beneficiary under a will. [Res. 06-R-53 § 5.1, 5/3/2006.]