TN 73 (11-23)

GN 00306.560 New Hampshire Intestacy Laws

  1. A. 

    Child or father acquires status of child or parent if:

    1. 1. 

      parents intermarry and father recognizes child; or

    2. 2. 

      effective 08/14/77, the child is declared legitimated by the superior court of the county in which the father resides; or

    3. 3. 

      (I) effective 06/10/83:

      1. a. 

        parents intermarry after the birth of the child; or

      2. b. 

        acknowledgment of paternity or legitimation by the father exists; or

      3. c. 

        a court decree adjudges the decedent to be the father before his death; or

      4. d. 

        paternity is established after the father's death by clear and convincing evidence.

  2. B. 

    If a claim arises involving the legitimacy or inheritance rights of an individual who appears to be the child of a surrogate arrangement, and you cannot resolve the issue under current POMS instructions, submit the case to the Office of the General Counsel (OGC) per GN 01010.815 ff.

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