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Child's Inheriting His/Her Parents When Their Marriage Is Doubtful

Q: A man died leaving a daughter but there is no proof that he had married her mother permanently or temporarily. Moreover, there is a great suspicion that there was no marriage because many couples establish illegal sexual relationships and live together out of marriage. In such a case, can the daughter inherit from her father’s estate?

A: She is his daughter and inherits from him until proved otherwise.


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