TN 27 (12-00)
GN 00306.550 Nebraska Intestacy Laws
Child or father acquires status of child or parent if:
effective 08/24/41, parents intermarry; or
(I) prior to 01/01/77, the father acknowledged the child in a writing signed in the presence of a competent witness; or
(I) effective 01/01/77, the natural parents participated in a marriage ceremony before or after the child's birth, even though the attempted marriage is void;
(I) effective 01/01/77, paternity is established by an adjudication before the father's death, using a preponderance of the evidence standard of proof, or is established thereafter by strict, clear and convincing proof, except that paternity established under this provision will not confer the status of parent unless the father has openly treated the child as his and has not refused to support the child. Open cohabitation of the mother and alleged father during the period of conception is evidence of paternity; or
effective 07/01/94, a notarized acknowledgment by the alleged father or genetic test results showing a probability of paternity of 99% or more creates a rebuttable presumption of paternity.