child born out of wedlock

See: bastard
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The case was about a child born out of wedlock because her father died before she was born and not being able to marry her mother.
In instances where the parents of a child born out of wedlock are both recorded in the system but their status is unmarried and recorded as such, upon marriage, and if they wish to change their marital status on the childs profile, the law provides that this may be done without a requirement of a paternity test.
The laws of intestate succession in all fifty states provide that a child born out of wedlock is automatically his or her mother's legal child.
In most jurisdictions, a child born out of wedlock does not have an automatic right to an intestate share of his or her father's estate.
and biological father is foreign is a child born out of wedlock to the
744, does not define who is a child's "mother" or "father," but does provide that the "mother of a child born out of wedlock is the natural guardian of the child and is entitled to primary residential care and custody of the child unless a court of competent jurisdiction enters an order stating otherwise." (57)
Under the law of the day, the "responsible parent" was the father for a child born in wedlock but the mother for a child born out of wedlock. Therefore a child born abroad and out of wedlock prior to 1947 to a member of Canada's military would be excluded.
On Tuesday, the Tokyo District Court, while turning down a demand for damages by an unmarried couple and their child from Tokyo, ruled that marking a child born out of wedlock differently in a family registry violates privacy rights.
Under Philippine laws, a child born out of wedlock acquires the citizenship of his or her mother.
One of her bodyguards fathered two of her children before they married, and a third child born out of wedlock followed a relationship with a second bodyguard.
New York, at that time, allowed a child born out of wedlock to inherit from his intestate father only "if a court of competent jurisdiction ha[d], during the lifetime of the father, made an order of filiation declaring paternity in a proceeding instituted during the pregnancy of the mother or within two years from the birth of the child." (125) Appellant was the out-of-wedlock child of the deceased Mario Lalli.
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to grant Japanese citizenship to a child born out of wedlock to a foreign woman and a Japanese man on the grounds the father failed to acknowledge his paternity before the birth.
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